The 2018 FIFA World Cup draw has been completed! All 32 teams know the fate that awaits in Russia come June, with the eight groups of four that begin the first phase of the tournament decided.
With this formality in place, it’s time to take another look at the sides competing and ask: Who is going to win? We posed the same question once the 32 participants were confirmed in November, but what does the group draw change? Whose chances have been enhanced by the events of Friday, and who’s been thrown a rotten bone?
Here, we rank each team in order of their likelihood of lifting that golden trophy come July 15.
32. Tunisia (-1)
Tunisia are a tough side to gauge, as the African qualifying section—so often a gauntlet—handed them a very kind draw of DR Congo, Libya and Guinea. It’s no real surprise they finished unbeaten.
The group stage draw was significantly less kind. Belgium and England carry question
Article source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2746419-2018-world-cup-power-rankings-after-draw
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