With the World Cup 2018 coming up very soon, every participating team believes they can finish with something historic. Some will be the most entertaining, some will be surprised, and others will be chasing the glory.

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But who do you give the chances to end up lifting the colors? Here are the top 6 countries who are likely to win the World Cup 2018.

6. Portugal

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When Portugal won the Euro 2016, nobody had given them that chance before. But Cristiano Ronaldo is not from this planet. Now that he has his hair shaved off, the Portuguese ace seems to be fresh and will hardly be stopped by anyone. Some people don’t believe in surprises, but the European champions have a lot.

5. Argentina

Argentina has struggled through qualifying in the 2018 World Cup. But, thanks to their five-headed-lion, La Albiceleste booked their ticket at the final moment. In 2014, Messi led them to the final of the tournament, losing one null to Germany.

According to Argentine Football Association (AFA) president Claudio Tapia, reaching the semi-finals would be a good target for the nation. But people believe that as long as they still have Messi onboard, it’s no surprise that they are likely to lift the Cup.

4. Spain

Spain is among the teams who come with many surprises in the World Cup. For the Spain national team, this World Cup could mean a lot. They’ll be saying goodbye to their long-term serving Andres Iniesta. Spain goes to the World Cup as the only group to remain undefeated since the end of the European Championship in 2016. When it’s one’s last chance, they give it all to leave as a legend. Besides, Spain’s squad seems to be much experienced.

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