HOW GOOD ARE ENGLAND?
The World Cup is just a fortnight away and England will arrive in Brazil with expectations lower than they have been for years
But how far can they go and should we be excited about Roy Hodgson's squad? We sat down with the Soccer Saturday regulars to get their opinions
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Ones to watch
No.14 - Andres Iniesta
The match-winner in the final four years ago, Iniesta is set to be Spain's key man once more. The Barcelona midfielder's passing and dribbling skills will be a worry for every side who come up against him and although being far from prolific, the assist king is more than capable of popping up with goal.
Who to follow
No.14 - @Joey7Barton
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Barton will not be playing in Brazil this summer but he always has plenty of opinions on football and will almost certainly be watching the World Cup. Following QPR's return to the Premier League, this is the perfect time to get back in touch with all things Barton.
World Cup greats
No.14 - David Beckham
Beckham went from public enemy No.1 in 1998 to captain and hero in his later World Cups in a quite incredible career transformation for England. Gaining revenge on Argentina in 2002 was among his highlights while he is the only Englishman to score in three separate World Cups.