The US men face Italy in a semi-final in the World Cup’s final in two weeks.
Here’s how to predict how many points the US will earn and how close they will be to winning.
England Athletic director Dave Bassett is confident that his men can get through to the semi-finals.
“We have to be in good form.
We have to have a bit of confidence.
There’s a lot of good teams out there and they’ve been good in the past.
It’s the big question mark.
If we can stay on track and keep winning and then we get through, we can probably make the semi final.”
Bassett has the England squad playing in the first game on Thursday against Italy.
Germany Aus-Argentina Aussie legend Paul Gascoigne is the favourite to win the World Footballer of the Year award.
“I have to give the award to Gasco.
I think it’s a great honor.
I was born in the late 80s and early 90s and I’ve seen him on the field of play.
He is a legend and he is a very good player and I think he is the best.
He’s a big player and he has got the big goals.
We need him to score, because we are lacking goals, but he’s a special player and has been at the top of his game for a long time.”
Mexico Mexico are expected to beat Argentina on Thursday to advance to the final.
“They’ve beaten a lot better teams in the group stages than Argentina and I don’t think Argentina have a chance,” said Bassett.
“If you look at the team that beat Argentina it was the Mexican team that came back from a 2-0 deficit against the Uefa Super Cup champions and won 2-1 in extra time.
They are playing very well and it’s going to be very close.”
United States Former England captain Chris Smalling is one of the favourites to win this year’s Ballon d’Or.
“The United States are one of those teams who can get the job done.
They’ve got good players, they have the right style of football, and they are a really good team.
I don:t see any big problems for them, but they have to score and they’re a team that’s going in with a big aim and they have a good chance to do it.
I would like to see them win the trophy, but it would be a big disappointment.” 5.
Spain Jose Mourinho will not be at the World Club Championship in Russia this week, but his side have beaten the Netherlands in the semi finals.
“It is a tough competition.
Spain have played really well in this tournament.
It is a good challenge for them.
I haven’t seen a great team in this competition and they did well in the games that they played against England and against France.
I am really excited about their chances and their goals.”
Brazil The World Cup is set to be played in Brazil, where the Brazilian national team has qualified for the last 16 for the first time.
“Brazil is going to qualify for the World Soccer Cup in Russia in two years,” said FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
“That means we have to get Brazil to play in this event.
It will be the first World Cup where Brazil has not qualified for it.”
France Ahead of this year, Blatter said that France would qualify for next year’s World Club Championships in Russia.
“In my opinion, we have a very strong squad and we are going to compete in the tournament,” said Blatter on Thursday.
“France will be a good team in the second-place group, but I’m going to take it one step at a time.
I’m sure that they will play a good game and I’m really happy about their position.”
Russia Russia are one point behind second-placed Brazil, with a game in hand.
“If Russia are going on to qualify, they will have to beat Italy to advance,” said Russian head coach Aleksandr Tikhonov.
“But I am very confident that we will have a great game.
The goal is to get through.”
9. Australia Australia have qualified for next season’s World Cups in Russia and Mexico, but Blatter has said that the team are not yet ready for the competition.
“Australia is not ready to play a big game at the moment,” he said.
“So we need to wait and see if they can get to the World Cups.”
South Africa South African team boss Pramod Mahajan has suggested that his side could get through the group stage and reach the semi round of the tournament.
“South Africa have qualified to the second round of Russia,” he told Sky Sports News.
“Hopefully, they’ll make it and if they do, we’ll