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- Poland - Poland ranked in the top 10 in the entire world are known for winning 8 out of 10 qualifies and scoring an average of 2.8 goals per game. The team has two strongest players: Robert Lewandowski (striker) and Arkadiusz Milik who has recently recovered from two quite serious knee injuries. Despite this fact, Poland had one of the worst defenses of all European group winners, according to the experts. Thus, the team’s coach Adam Nawalka is considering a replacement for his favored 4-2-3-1. Probably, he will go with a back three position.
- Colombia - Colombia’s team is one of the best sought-after ones due to their breakthrough into the quarter-finals in Brazil in 2014. What is more, in a perfect shape arrive in Russia two club’s stars — Radamel Falcao and James Rodrígez. However, the other Colombia team’s player David Ospina might not be as good because of not very regular plays at Arsenal and mistakes that he made for the national team not so long ago. Much credit for bringing the team back into the World Cup this year gets the coach Jose Pekerman.
- Senegal - All true football fans remember Senegal’s unforgettable debut in 2002. They beat France team who were known as ‘defending champions’ back then. Now Senegal is back with Sadio Mane as the team’s key player and Aliou Cissé as their coach who used to be the captain of the 2002 team and was criticized for his tactics. Nevertheless, the team still have Kalidou Koulibaly (defense), Badou Ndiaye (midfield), Sadio Mané (up front), and Idrissa Gana Gueye (midfield).
- Japan - Enemies of Japan team should be aware that Keisuke Honda, Shinji Okazaki, and Shinji Kagawa’s impressive trio is back and they are all ready to lift the team on and off the pitch. However, the team’s coach Akira Nishino has failed while trying a 3-4-2-1 formation because of the struggles of his team trying to adapt to new positions.