Brazil World Cup 2014 schedules and have already been established as the World Cup inches closer. 32 football teams are preparing to move ahead at the group stages and to make the Brazil World Cup 2014 a memorable event. And of course a victory might be sweet.
The teams hoping to win are those that have done well historically – Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Germany, Italy, England and France. Although these favorites have a reason to do well, some teams reach peak form by the time they are in group play. And they can scale the heights of the best teams in the Brazil World Cup 2014 schedule.
Group by Group Warm Up fixtures for all groups are shown below:
Group A Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateBrazil Serbia June 6Cameroon Moldova June 6Croatia Australia June 6Mexico Bosnia and Herzegovina June 4Portugal June 7Mail Online
Group B Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateAustralia Croatia June 6Chile Northern Ireland June 4Netherlands Wales June 4Spain El Salvador June 7Mail Online
Group C Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateColombia Jordan June 7Greece Bolivia June 6Ivory Coast El Salvador June 4Japan Zambia June 6Mail Online
Group D Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateCosta Rica Republic of Ireland June 6England Ecuador June 4Honduras June 7Italy Luxembourg June 4Fluminese June 8Uruguay Slovenia June 4Mail Online
Group E Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateEcuador England June 4France Jamaica June 8Honduras England June 7Costa Rica Republic of Ireland June 6Mail Online
Group F Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateArgentina Trinidad & Tobago June 4Slovenia June 7Bosnia and Herzegovina Mexico June 4Iran Trinidad & Tobago June 8Nigeria USA June 7Mail Online
Group G Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateGermany Armenia June 6Ghana South Korea June 9Portugal Mexico June 7Republic of Ireland June 10USA Nigeria June 7Mail Online
Group H Warm-Up FixturesTeam Opponent DateAlgeria Romania June 4Belgium Tunisia June 7Russia Morocco June 6South Korea Ghana June 9Mail Online
Croatia has won the past eight games they have played and they are likely to enter the World Cup with a win over Serbia, and a nine game winning streak.England is another team that is expected to do well in the early Brazil World Cup 2014 schedule, despite the fact that it is England’s worst team to go into World Cup 2014. The winner factor for England will be Roy Hodgson, who is expected to carry the team through.