Peru are no mugs, having reached the semi-finals last time out, although they have struggled in the World Cup qualifiers, while Ecuador are a dark horse, boasting several dangerous players and have been in fine form. He spurned two fine chances laid on by Messi. Star man: Lionel Messi has a back injury to get over and a tax case to appear in, but once those two are done and dusted he will be ready to fight for his first international trophy. Star man: Wes Morgan. Star man: Derlis Gonzalez. Star man: Javier Hernandez. Who else? The Barcelona star scored 59 goals this season and is the deadliest player on the planet right now. As someone, who in the past 6 months left his 20 somethings for his 30’s, I can see why people connect to him. The 24-year-old striker plays with Turkish club 1461 Trabzon and his height can be dangerous in the box. Also watch out for: Daniel Torres plays in Colombia so has gone below the radar, but he’s an all-action midfielder who loves to destroy. This group sees two clear favourites matched with two sides who can cause problems but will probably go out in the first round.

Ships on time with tracking, 0 problems with past sales. Having covered him for the past two seasons, he is a genuinely nice guy, is always taking time to answer questions from the media, even after difficult losses, and is willing to sacrifice everything he has on the field for the sake of the team. Verdict: A good chance of getting out of the group and could even give Brazil a shock. Struggling in their World Cup qualifying campaign and not going to threaten the other teams when it comes to getting out of the group. How deep they can go depends on when Suarez returns and if he can maintain this season’s lethal form, although they are currently top of the South American World Cup qualifying group and he was suspended until March. In dropping his old number for an icon in American soccer, he now assumes the number of a Sounders FC icon in Fredy Montero. Also watch out for: Manchester United’s Antonio Valencia gets to play a more attacking role for Ecuador than he does at Old Trafford, but it could be Swansea’s Jefferson Montero that ends up causing most of the danger. With Clint Dempsey taking on his No. 2 jersey, Yedlin changed to his old college jersey number.

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Verdict: They have a strong squad for once-with no Gold Cup commitments distracting them-and should go far. Has also impressed in World Cup qualifying so far. Verdict: Should win the group, particularly if they play as well as they have done in recent World Cup qualifiers. The United States, one of four seeded teams for the tournament as the hosts, face a tough task in Group A where they have been drawn alongside a pair of 2014 World Cup quarter-finalists in Colombia and Costa Rica, and also Paraguay. It’s an intriguing combination, but it could lead to some fairly defensive football, especially where Paraguay are involved. Also watch out for: The three goalkeepers are all wet behind the ears. He has grown better with age and will be the brain behind most of Mexico’s moves. The former Manchester United striker is already adored by Mexican fans and if he fires them to glory in the Copa he will be immortalised. Also watch out for: Santos’ young striker Gabriel Barbosa, or maybe you know him by his nickname ‘Gabigol’. Forwards: Abdiel Arroyo (RNK Split), Ismael Diaz (Porto B), Roberto Nurse (Mineros de Zacatecas), Blas Perez (Vancouver Whitecaps), Luis Tejada (Juan Aurich), Gabriel Torres (Zamora).

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