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Guillem Balague has picked his World Cup XI - but do you agree with his selections?
Ian Watson picks out some of the most disappointing performers from the group stages of the World Cup.
Whilst Germany were impressive in Salvador, Ronaldo and Portugal appear to have issues.
Daniel Storey thinks the World Cup gives Cristiano Ronaldo a rare chance to play without pressure.
Super 6 are running a World Cup edition of the football prediction game, offering up a £100,000 jackpot each week.
Can Ballon d'Or holder Cristiano Ronaldo carry Portugal into the knockout stages?
Guide to all the World Cup stadiums and the fixtures to be staged at each venue in Brazil.
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