WATCH OUT ENGLAND!
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Diego Forlan might not be able to repeat his World Cup heroics of four years ago, but with Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani in form, he is looking to be the perfect partner...
Here we look at how the Uruguay forward retains ambitions to play his part in Brazil and how can he help his side reach the summit of the tournament...
One to watch
No.27 - Luis Suarez
A hugely controversial figure but undoubtedly an equally talented footballer. The Liverpool striker's goals helped the Anfield club to surpass all expectations this season and will now act his country's talisman in Brazil. He enjoyed a predictably eventful World Cup four years ago in South Africa as Uruguay made the semi-finals, a repeat performance would represent a huge success.
Who to follow
No.27 - @luis16suarez
Luis Suarez has been no stranger to Twitter this season -amassing over 2.5 million followers. Having shared post-match thoughts and images throughout Liverpool's eventful Premier League season, expect Suarez to tweet about his Brazilian tales this summer as his side aim to overcome their Group D rivals in their quest to end Uruguay's 64-year wait for a World Cup title.
World Cup greats
No.27 - Oliver Kahn
Germany required a play-off to reach the 2002 World Cup but once there they took some beating. That was largely down to Kahn's heroics between the posts. The Bayern Munich goalkeeper played conceded just once in the Germans run to the final. The might of a Ronaldo-inspired Brazil proved too much in the final but despite a 2-0 loss, Kahn was awarded the Golden Ball.