World Cup all-time XI
As the countdown to Brazil 2014 gathers pace we trawl through the World Cup archives to pick a greatest-ever XI from the tournament's history, with two English winners from 1966 making the cut.
Let us know what you think of our XI and select your own World Cup dream team...
Why I Love the World Cup - Shephard
Ben Shephard tells Sky Sports why he loves the World Cup
The Sky Sports Scout has been keeping an eye on rising talent around football for several seasons, and has already found many players who have gone on to become big hits.
This will be no different at the World Cup and here, in association with Wyscout, the Scout looks at Iran hopeful Alireza Jahanbakhsh.
One to watch
No.32 - Marco Reus
Following the heights of 2012/13, the past season was something of a disappointment for Borussia Dortmund. On a personal level, though, Reus has continued to impress, providing goals and assists aplenty as he endeavoured to keep Dortmund on song. Numerous scouts will be watching.
Who to follow
No.32 - Henry Winter
One of the most followed journalists on Twitter, the Daily Telegraph football correspondent posts tweets on a wide range of subjects, and isn't shy when it comes to conversing with fans who may have a question or two. Nigh on 675K followers can't be wrong.
World Cup greats
No.32 - Cafu
If Paolo Maldini was the finest full-back of his generation then Cafu wasn't too far behind. The right-back was renowned for his driving runs forward, providing an extra attacking option to a Brazil side full of them. He played at a remarkable four World Cups, winning the trophy two.