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Five exciting underdogs from the World Cup Qualifiers

There are few international tournaments that carry the same hype as the FIFA World Cup. Though the Olympics bring the world’s nations together in a friendly form of competition, and major events in golf and tennis tend to draw in global audiences, the FIFA World Cup tends to surpass both in terms of excitement. The tournament takes place every four years, which makes it as rare as the Olympics. Additionally, the ebb and flow of powerful teams add an element…
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Some World Cup outsiders – and some red hot tips!

With the first week of September came an influx of teams that booked their place at next summer’s World Cup. Here, we take a look at four of the latest teams to qualify, some footage of their fans how they might fare in Russia ! Japan (150/1 – qualified 31 August 2017) Japan finished bottom of Group C in 2014 and were sent packing from a ‘Group of Death’ that also contained the Ivory Coast – arguably the best African…
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