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The World Cup is less than a week away and the biggest names in football are descending on Brazil
But which stars will shine brightest of all? We asked the Soccer Saturday gang who they are looking forward to watching this summer...
Why I Love The World Cup - Hatton
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Step inside England's coaching set up as Sky Sports' very own Gary Neville tells us what the World Cup means to him.
Having already been to past tournaments as a player, the former Manchester United full-back clearly knows a thing or two about the greatest international competition in sport and has some eventful memories...
Ones to watch
No.6 - Thomas Muller
Hard-working, intelligent and ultra-reliable, Muller has already showed he has what it takes to deliver on the world stage, scoring five goals as Germany reached the semi-finals in South Africa four years ago. Joachim Low will surely find a way of fitting him into his XI.
Who to follow
No.6 - @JimWhite
The one and only Mr Sky Sports News, Jim White, is a must-follow for all football fans. Jim has all the contacts to the biggest names in sport and gives you a great feel for things in the build up to all the massive events - not just transfer deadline day!
World Cup greats
No.6 - Paolo Rossi
The Italy striker scored six goals to help his country triumph at the 1982 World Cup. Rossi made a slow start to the tournament but a hat-trick against Brazil and a brace versus Poland saw Italy make the final, where he scored the opener in a 3-1 win.