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FIFA World Cup 32 Teams Rankings
FIFA World Cup 32 Teams Rankings

Lucky11 online casino introduced the FIFA World Cup 32 team rankings in the last article, from the 32nd to 17th place teams in the World Cup group sports analysis, then comes the main event!

Lucky11 APK| 2022 World Cup 32 Teams Power Rankings! (Part 1) 

Today we're going to take a look at the 21st to 1st-place teams in the 2022 World Cup. If you like online soccer betting and sports gambling, you should know the information about the World Cup teams to make money in the World Cup!

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FIFA World Cup National Team Strength Ranking!

16- Uruguay

15- Serbia

14- Switzerland

13- Poland

12- Croatia

11- Senegal

10- Portugal

9- Denmark

8- Belgium

7- Netherlands

6- England

5- Germany

4- Spain

3- Argentina

2- France

1- Brazil

 
FIFA World Cup National Team Strength Ranking!

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16- Uruguay

2022 World Cup Groups H

In what looks to be the most open group of the eight, Uruguay could as easily top Group H as they could finish bottom of it. They will certainly be tested by a Ghana side that will be out for revenge after Luis Suarez's antics back in 2010, while Portugal and South Korea both have iconic forwards leading the way.

Uruguay, of course, has that too with Suarez and Edinson Cavani up front, while Darwin Nunez has emerged as a serious goal threat over the past year. However, the injury suffered by Ronald Araujo in the recent friendly loss to Iran potentially leaves them vulnerable at the back.


15- Serbia

2022 World Cup Groups G

Serbia stunned European football when they nipped ahead of Portugal right in the final seconds of UEFA qualifying to book an automatic spot in Qatar, and they will be confident of generating more shocks in Qatar.

In terms of the group stages, beating Brazil would be a greater achievement than even taking down Portugal, but Aleksandar Mitrovic, Dusan Vlahovic, Dusan Tadic, and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, have the weapons to at least test the Selecao. In reality, though, they will be aiming to beat out Switzerland and Cameroon for second place in what looks like a fairly open group below the top-seeded Selecao.


14- Switzerland

2022 World Cup Groups G

Perennial qualifiers for major tournaments, Switzerland have done it again, and this time pipped Italy to an automatic place in Qatar after topping their UEFA group.


They have backed that up with Nations League wins over Spain and Portugal, which will stand them in good stead for when they face Brazil in Qatar. The Swiss' experience of reaching the knockout stages in major tournaments will make them the favorites to join Brazil in the last 16, but the progression is unlikely to be straightforward, with Serbia and Cameroon also in their group.


13- Poland

2022 World Cup Groups C

Robert Lewandowski has arguably been the best player in the world over the past three years, so it would have felt wrong for him not to have the chance to prove as much on the game's grandest stage.

He has shown few signs of slowing down since joining Barcelona over the summer, and all eyes will be on Lewandowski as Poland look to put two successive group-stage exits at major tournaments behind them. Quite how far he can carry what is otherwise a relatively limited squad, however, remains to be seen.


12- Croatia

2022 World Cup Groups F

Beaten finalists in 2018, expectations for Croatia in Qatar will be much lower, though they will still head into the tournament expecting to be competitive and potentially win at least one knockout game.

Luka Modric continues to perform at a very high level as he begins his preparations for a fourth World Cup, and the Real Madrid man will lead a squad that is transitioning slowly away from the 'Golden Generation that brought them so much success through the 2010s. A run of four successive wins saw them qualify for the Nations League finals, and they will need to continue that form in Qatar, particularly with Germany or Spain likely to be waiting for them if they reach the last 16.


11- Senegal

2022 World Cup Groups A

The champions of Africa may have been in Pot Three for the draw, but they will be the second-favorites to win their group after being placed alongside Qatar, the Netherlands, and Ecuador.

Though none of those games will be a formality, Sadio Mane, Edouard Mendy, and Kalidou Koulibaly as individuals are far better than any players Qatar or Ecuador can call upon. Aliou Cisse's side has a real shot of topping Group A if they can avoid defeat against the Dutch in their opening game, meaning a repeat of their run to the quarter-finals in 2002 cannot be ruled out.


10- Portugal

2022 World Cup Groups H

Cristiano Ronaldo is desperate, however, to win the World Cup in what is likely to be his final appearance at the tournament, so expect him to be leading from the front in Qatar.

And while the 2016 European champions have plenty of talent behind their talismanic captain, their form and performances have been underwhelming of late, leaving them vulnerable to an early exit.


9- Denmark

2022 World Cup Groups D

Set to be named as 'dark horses' by pretty much every pundit heading into the tournament, Denmark certainly has what it takes to repeat their Euro 2020 run to the semi-finals.

Christian Eriksen is back and pulling the strings, while manager Kasper Hjulmand has built a team that is greater than the sum of its parts. That they have beaten their Group C opponents France twice in recent months will give them even more confidence, and they are a team few will want to face in the latter stages.


8- Belgium

2022 World Cup Groups F

With their 'Golden Generation' either having moved on or entering the closing stages of their careers, Belgium find themselves in a transitional phase as they head to Qatar.

Kevin De Bruyne remains perhaps the best creative midfielder in the world, but he will need Romelu Lukaku to rediscover his best form if the Red Devils are to provide enough of a threat in attack. A prospective last-16 clash with either Spain or Germany looks pretty daunting, too, so an early exit might be on the cards for Roberto Martinez's team.


7- Netherlands

2022 World Cup Groups A

Unbeaten in 15 matches since Louis van Gaal returned to the helm in the aftermath of Euro 2020, the Netherlands will enter the World Cup as one of the competition's forms teams.

Their main strength lies in a defense that is so solid that Matthijs de Light cannot break into it, but they have attacking firepower too, as highlighted in their 4-1 away win over Belgium in June. They should make it out of Group A in Qatar and could be a dark horse to make a deep run through the knockout stages.


6- England

2022 World Cup Groups B

Gareth Southgate will lead the most talented Three Lions squad in over a decade in Qatar, but severe questions are now being asked as to whether he is the right manager to get the best out of them.

The form can go out of the window at major tournaments and England still have the players to go all the way, but more underachievement on the biggest stage now looks a lot more likely than it did at the start of 2022.


5- Germany

2022 World Cup Groups E

Germany may have won just two of their eight matches in 2022, but the signs are there that Hansi Flick is building a team to be feared in the coming years.

Jamal Musiala is blossoming into one of the finest young talents in European football, while they possess plenty of experience in the shape of Thomas Muller, Manuel Neuer, Ilkay Gundogan, and Joshua Kimmich. Having been placed in the same group as Spain for the World Cup, the only thing holding them back could be a tough draw in the knockout rounds if they cannot secure the top spot.


4- Spain

2022 World Cup Groups E

Spain was the unlucky top seed who were drawn alongside Germany from Pot Two, setting up a titanic battle between two of the favorites for the tournament in the opening round.

La Roja should still make it through, but coming against Hansi Flick's side increases the possibility of them doing so as runners-up, which in turn could lead to a more difficult last-16 tie. They did win their Nations League group in the build-up to the World Cup, and though there are questions over whether they have the attack to take advantage of their creative talents in midfield, Luis Enrique's side is in decent shape heading to Qatar.


3- Argentina

2022 World Cup Groups C

Lionel Messi & Co. will have been pretty happy with how April's group-stage draw panned out, as they are slated to face Mexico, Poland, and Saudi Arabia.

Having Nicolas Otamendi deal with Robert Lewandowski might give Lionel Scaloni a few sleepless nights between now and November but, on the whole, the Copa America champions look well-placed to make a deep run. Messi is back in form for club and country while Scaloni has fostered a togetherness and spirit within his squad that has the potential to carry them all the way.


2- France

2022 World Cup Groups D

It has not been a happy 2022 for the defending champions, as France won just one of their six Nations League matches and narrowly avoided relegation from the competition. Perhaps most worryingly, they were beaten twice by Denmark, whom they will meet again in the group stages in Qatar.

Factor in injury concerns over the likes of Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante, and Jules Kounde, as well as question marks over Kylian Mbappe's attitude, and not is all well for Didier Deschamps. So, while they may have the most talented squad on paper, France certainly looks beatable.


1- Brazil

2022 World Cup Groups G

Want to know how good Brazil's forward line is ahead of the World Cup? There is a genuine chance that Gabriel Jesus won't make it into Tite's squad.

The Arsenal man missed the Selecao's recent friendly wins over Ghana and Tunisia, but they still managed eight goals as an in-form Neymar led the way. Their midfield and defense are also pretty strong, making the five-time winners the undoubted favorites at this stage.

The previous chapter explains the 32 teams of the World Cup, from the 32nd to the 17th place!


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2022 WORLD CUP DRAW
Group A | Group B | Group C | Group D
Group E | Group F | Group G | Group H