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Sports World Cup Power Rankings: How do all 32 teams measure up?

15:05  14 june  2018
15:05  14 june  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Welcome to the World Cup Power Rankings , where theScore ranks each team at the outset of the tournament with consideration to latest results, player fitness, and other intangibles. Here's how the squads stack up entering the group stage

The teams who are heading for the 2018 World Cup finals have all been in action over the past week and while Germany and Brazil lead the way there are plenty of other sides who will fancy their chances in Russia.

a group of football players on a field© theScore

Welcome to the World Cup Power Rankings, where theScore ranks each team at the outset of the tournament with consideration to latest results, player fitness, and other intangibles.

Here's how the squads stack up entering the group stage:

1. Brazil

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