FIVE NOT TO MISS
You've probably pencilled England's group games in the diary and anyone who's doing things properly will know where to be when Brazil kick-off the tournament against Croatia on June 12th. But what about the best of the rest?
With one week to go to the start of the action, we've picked out five group games that you simply must not miss...
Why I Love the World Cup - Ince
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Ones to watch
No.7 - Dani Alves
The sight of the full-back rampaging up the flanks in full flow is common for both Barcelona and Brazil. He is one of the most experienced at the top level in Brazil's ranks and will be an important man if they are to claim glory on home soil.
Who to follow
No.7 - @neymarjr
With the expectations of the world already on his shoulders, it is not as if Neymar needs any extra pressure but for that reason he is also a must-follow this summer. You might have to brush up on your Portuguese but Brazil's main man will be centre stage at the World Cup.
World Cup greats
No.7 - Socrates
An imposing figure in the centre of midfield, Socrates was a key player at the heart of the Brazilian sides at the 1982 and 1986 World Cups. He may never have gone beyond the quarter-finals but his elegance on the ball saw him make his mark on both tournaments.