Who'll rule the world?
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Ones to watch
No.5 - Vincent Kompany
A rock at the heart of the Man City defence, Kompany will look to fulfil a similar role for a much-fancied Belgium side. They will be confident of making it out of Group H but a possible clash with Germany or Portugal in the second round is when he will need to be at his best if Belgium are to progress.
Who to follow
No.5 - @piersmorgan
Whether you dislike him a little or a lot, there's no denying Piers Morgan is well worth a follow - even if it's just a seasonal thing. Capable of sparking a spat in an empty room, Piers nearly always gets a response from those he criticises and often those that feel the sharpness of his tweets are footballers. Expect fireworks.
World Cup greats
No.5 - Franz Beckenbauer
The Kaiser became the first man to win the World Cup as both a player and a manager when he guided West Germany to victory at Italia '90, 16 years on from captaining to a famous win over a Cruyff-inspired Dutch side in the 1974 final. That came after being a runner-up in 1966 and a third-place finish in 1970.