Belgium (Group-F, FIFA Rank: 2)
After finishing in third position last time, The Red-Devils will be itching to showcase their calibre with their star-studded squad. Belgium have traditionally always been dark horses at the World Cup. They have hit new heights since Roberto Martinez took up the reins in August 2016. With the likes of Eden Hazard, Lukaku and De Bruyne in the side, the Belgian team could well spoil a few parties in Qatar this time. And with Morocco, Croatia and Canada as the other three teams in their group, they look like the favourites to top Group F.