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World Cup 2006 Preview - Brazil

What else is there to be said about Brazil? They are the only team to have participated in every World Cup finals and are five times winners in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. They have also finished as runners up twice in 1950 and 1998.

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Outright Odds: 3/1
Group F Winners: 1/4

What else is there to be said about Brazil? They are the only team to have participated in every World Cup finals and are five times winners in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. They have also finished as runners up twice in 1950 and 1998.

Manager Carlos Alberto Parreira, who won it in 1994 has possibly a better squad of players at his disposal than he did 12 years ago and instead of Bebeto, Romario and Rai he now has Adriano, Ronaldo and Ronaldinho. It is unlikely the man who has lead four different nations to the finals (Kuwait 1982, UAE 1990, Brazil 1994 and Saudi Arabia 1998) will be complaining.

Brazil start as clear favourites for the tournament and have attacking resources to frighten any opposing managers. As well as the trio already described, throw Kaka, Robinho, Roberto Carlos and Juninho into the mix and goals can come from literally anywhere on the pitch.

Qualification wasn’t the breeze it should have been, with two defeats and seven draws in 18 matches. It is important to consider though Parreira was forced to shuffle the pack as injuries and European teams demanding their players were kept fit.

In terms of individual talent, Brazil are streets ahead of anyone else participating in the finals, but that is not how a football team should be judged. What we do know, however, is that a fully-fit first-choice team will turn it on when it matters most of all. Brazil, even without Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos and Cafu, hammered Argentina 4-1 in the final of last year’s Confederations Cup held in Germany in what could be seen as the “warm up” to this year’s finals.

The other 31 countries participating in the tournament need some hope that Brazil can be beaten and they do have some weaknesses. Goalkeeper Dida is prone to some dodgy moments, although he is nowhere the liability he was regarded as four years during his calamitous appearances in AC Milan’s Champions League campaign. Roque Junior, who had a forgettable loan spell at Leeds United, could also be seen as a weak link at the back.

These minor imperfections could be seen as clutching at straws as overall, as a team and even as a squad, Brazil ooze world class quality with the important players vastly experienced in terms of World Cup finals appearances and success.

While Brazil are the firm bookmaker’s favourites, top goal scorer punters may like to try Adriano to win the Golden Boot. Strike partner Ronaldo, who won the coveted title four years ago is only offered at single figures.

Recommended Bet
The 3/1 on offer of a Brazil victory looks decidedly good value before kick-off while Adriano could shine in his first major finals appearance.

Brazil to win the World Cup @ 3/1
E/W Adriano as top goalscorer @ 12/1

 

World Cup 2006 Preview - Croatia

Croatia enter their third successive finals and will look for a repeat of the heroics of 1998 rather than the embarrassment of 2002.

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Outright Odds: 66/1
Group F Winners: 6/1

Croatia enter their third successive finals and will look for a repeat of the heroics of 1998 rather than the embarrassment of 2002. They topped a difficult qualifying group which included Bulgaria and Hungary and remained unbeaten over 10 matches which included home and away victories over fellow qualifiers Sweden.

Under manager Zlatko Kranjcar Croatia are a different team to how neutrals will remember them from their 1998 exploits which saw them reach the semi-final. Gone are flair players such as Zvonimir Boban, Robert Prosinecki and former Golden Boot Davor Suker. They have been replaced by more functional players such as the Kovac brothers, Marko Babic and Dado Prso.

Like fellow qualifiers Serbia & Montenegro, Croatia’s success stemmed from a strong defence where they kept six clean sheets in 10 games and conceded just five goals in the process.

Another strength is a number of the current Croatia squad are based in the Bundesliga, with Josip Simunic and Niko Kovac at Hertha Berlin, Babic based at Bayer Leverkusen and Ivan Klasnic contracted to Werder Bremen.

Croatia have unearthed a talent in midfielder Dario Srna who has developed a knack for scoring crucial goals. The Shakhtar Donetsk player scored both goals in the two 1-0 wins over Sweden in the defining matches of the group.

Key striker Dado Prso scored five goals in qualifying, his country’s joint top scorer with Srna. He burst into prominence when he netted four goals for Monaco in the 8-3 Champions League thrashing of Deportivo La Coruna. He made his international debut eight months prior to the match but has since become an automatic choice in attack.

Croatia have gone about their business quietly and confidently and despite their unbeaten qualification efforts, will remain unfancied by many to make any impact in the finals. That will suit them fine as former coach Mirko Jozic blamed the pressure on the class of 1998 for the dismal failure of the 2002 squad which saw them lose 1-0 to Ecuador in their final match.

Finally, they face favourites Brazil in their opening match so will not have to worry about facing the reigning champions in a crunch group decider. If they can take anything from that game they will be in pole position to reaching the second round.


Recommended Bet
Despite the apparent toughness of the group, Croatia are more than capable of qualifying from it given their recent showings in qualifying for the finals. With one of the meanest defences in Europe and a host of players plying their trade in Germany they are a sound bet to follow Brazil into the last 16.

Croatia to qualify from Group F @ 5/6

 

World Cup 2006 Preview - Czech Republic

The Czech Republic may be ranked by FIFA as the second best team in the world behind Brazil and the best in Europe but they made hard work of qualifying for the finals.

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Outright Odds: 33/1
Group E Winners: 9/4

The Czech Republic may be ranked by FIFA as the second best team in the world behind Brazil and the best in Europe but they made hard work of qualifying for the finals. Pitted against Holland in qualifying, they lost home and away and also suffered defeat in Romania to finish second in the group. They won both home and away 1-0 against Norway in the play-offs to secure their place in Germany.

Despite a nervous qualification, expectations are high this time around for the Czech’s first appearance in the finals since they entered as Czechoslovakia in 1990. The side have not been out of FIFA’s top six since 2004 and can no longer be dubbed underdogs or outsiders. Under their old guise they twice finished runners-up in both 1934 and 1962 and they have the ability to go one better this time around.

For many of the current squad, it’s now or never, as the attacking force of Tomas Galasek, Karel Poborsky, Jan Koller and Pavel Nedved, back out of retirement, are all entering the veteran stage of their careers. All made their mark a decade ago as the Czech Republic surprised everyone by reaching the final of Euro 96 and taking eventual winners Germany into extra time.

Under manager Karel Bruckner, who took charge in 2001 after a successful spell as under-21 coach, the Czechs can be a real force to be reckoned with. Nobody scored more goals in the European qualifying campaign than Bruckner’s side and it’s hardly surprising, given his choice of tactics.

The Czechs play a cavalier style of attacking football that can be breathtaking to watch. Who can forget their classic Euro 2004 against Holland in which they battled back from 2-0 down to win the match 3-2?

With Nedved, Galasek, Poborsky and Tomas Rosicky, the Czechs boast one of the most creative midfields in international football. Jan Koller struck nine times in qualifying to take his tally to 40 goals in 66 appearances but he is in danger of missing out on the finals after suffering cruciate ligament damage in September 2005.

While almost unstoppable in attack, where the Czechs fall short is in defence. Full backs Marek Jankulovski and Zdenek Grygera offer plenty of attacking support from the back but are prone to being caught out. But given their overall ability they are worth a shout to win the tournament at long odds.


Recommended Bet:
At odds greater than 2/1, the Czechs offer much better value than Italy to win the group given their potency in attack. According to FIFA the Czechs are Europe’s top side yet the bookmakers don’t fancy their chances given the odds on offer. At 33/1, the Czechs offer good each-way value to win the tournament outright.

Czech Republic to win Group E @ 9/4
E/W Czech Republic to win the World Cup @ 33/1




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