Fifa 2018 World Cup power rankings – All Teams Ranking From 1 to 32

The field of the 2018 FIFA World Cup was set after Peru became the last team to score a 2-0 victory over New Zealand on Wednesday night in the Intercontinental game. Now, we are approx 1 months from the start of the FIFA World Cup 2018, but it is not premature to think of this glorious competition, which brings joy to every country and captures all those who love the game.

Fifa World Cup 2018 power rankings
Fifa World Cup 2018 power rankings

So, there are the last 32 qualified teams from the biggest competitors who are at least likely to confirm:

World Cup classification of strength

  1. Brazil
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst scenario: exit in round 16
  • Why are you eligible here? This was the best team in the World Cup qualifiers and dominated the most challenging areas. With Neymar, Gabriel Jesús and veterans of the rear guard, Brazil is back and looks as strong as it has been for a long time. Do not be surprised if the South American team is the last team facing next summer.
    Brazil 2018 FIFA World Cup Team Squad, Schedule, Jersey,
  1. Germany
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • The worst possible scenario: out in the quarterfinals

Why qualify here: They are the champions. With their talent, but not the 2014 World Cup, they still have what it takes to win the Cup, and this may be the presentation of striker Timo Werner Germany. They have reached the quarter-finals each year since the 1982 World Cup, reaching the semi-finals at least in the last four, finishing second in 2002, third in 2006 and 2010 and winning the 2014 edition.

  1. France
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst scenario: Disruption in the phase of direct disposal

Why they are classified here: Nothing compares to the charm of the 1998 team, but this French team is there with the best in the world and is fully stacked in the attack. With Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann, Alexandre Lacazette and more, registration goals should not be a problem. If the defense can find the consistency and central matching that the unit can show, be careful.

  1. Spain
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst Scenario: Round 16

Why are they classified here? Spain has returned after this terrible show in Brazil, but are there enough talent at the top? Alvaro Morata (Chelsea) and Rodrigo (Valencia) have been very successful in their clubs and have had a great influence with the national team recently, giving Julian Lobetigoy some flexibility. It’s always about midfield in Spain, and the appearance of Isco in Real Madrid was a great sign.

  1. Portugal
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst cases: in the elimination phase

Why are they categorized here: Do not tell me it should be longer. Of course, this team won the Euro 2016, but only in the knockout phase because of this ridiculous expansion of the trophy which resulted in the advancement of some third-party equipment. With Cristiano Ronaldo, you always have a chance, but this team is not “favorite” to win. Bibi is approaching and Central Defense has some questions, so maybe there is not enough to win them.

  1. Uruguay
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst Scenario: Round 16

Why are you ranked here: the Second best team in South America during the World Cup qualifiers, when you have Luis Suarez and Edison Cavani in attack and world-class defense as Diego Goodin in the back, you always have a chance to compete. But the question will be in the middle of the team, where there is a lot of capacity, but many young people, where the team assumes a change of age and philosophy there. Matthias Vesino, Inter Milan, Rodrigo Betacur, Juventus, Juventus and Deportivo La Coruna (Real Madrid on loan), and Nihit Nandez (Boca Juniors) are the next generation of stars. If young people can fit well with veterans, as manager Oscar Tabarez tries to do after the qualifiers and Uruguay qualifiers successfully by a team of attacking team that creates a size game for the monsters above, so Uruguay cannot escape from this.

  1. Argentina
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst scenario: Out of phase of elimination and Lionel Messi retired from the national team.

Yes, it is Lionel Messi and almost everyone else. Jorge Sampoli has a lot to discover before the team can be complacent. With so much talent like any other country, there are midfield problems and back fears. The three defenses against Nigeria were introduced the other day. If Sempoli can break up the defense, Argentina can win. Until then, they are just a second-rate competitor, but they are not surprised if they go to the final and win it.

  1. Belgium
  • Best possible scenario: World Cup champions
  • Worst Scenario: Round 16

Why is qualified here: Roberto Martinez has a work cut him. There is no shortage of players in this team, but putting them on the same page is another story. Kevin De Bruin and Eden Hazard will be the two engines in the last third, and this is a dark choice to win everything. Which means they will not reach the semi-finals.

  1. England
  • The best possible scenario: the semi-finals
  • Worst cases: in the elimination phase

Why they are classified here: It is England, which means that disappointment is expected. Although the English have won all competitions this year at the youth level, the national team is far from being a winner. There are questions in the goalkeepers, but Harry Kane means that this team can run. With Dele Alli in the middle, this team only needs to get the best of Raheem Sterling to have enough in the last third of the race.

  1. Colombia
  • The best possible scenario: the semi-finals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why qualify here: It’s the team of James Rodriguez, and this is a wonderful coach team is Jose Pekerman, who took them to the quarter-finals of the last World Cup. Radadil Falcao returned to a good level, Juan Cuadrado still shines in Juventus, and to defend young and hungry talents in the likes of Yuri Mena, Davenson Sanchez, and Eder Balanta. Coffee farmers should not face problems leaving their group, as long as they are not a death group.

  1. Mexico 
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why they are categorized here: This is where people start to see how well Hirving Lozano is. He will not be in PSV for a long time, especially with a wonderful performance here. Mexico is the best team in CONCACAF and must reach the exclusion stage. But can these teams continue to escape by playing some of the players who have passed their best?

  • Russia 
    The best possible scenario: the semi-finals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why qualify here: Russia is not close to getting the semi-final team talent, but at home, the hosts are always dangerous. No one thought South Korea would reach the semi-finals in 2002. While Russia is likely to go out in the group stage of the quarter-finals, let’s say, do not underestimate the power of being the host.

  1. Croatia
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why qualify here: Croatia has one of the best players in the world in Luca Modric, but this is not the 98 Croatia that was so enormous, with men like Davor Sucker, Zvonimir Boban, Robert Jamie and others. Good enough to reach quarters, but probably will not.

  1. Poland
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why is he qualified here: Robert Levandowski and others. A European quality team at the end of the day does not have the talent to compete for much.

  1. Switzerland
    Best case: Round 16

Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why is qualified here: just arrived at the World Cup, need to beat Northern Ireland in the tie-break. Some good players are here in Ricardo Rodriguez and Brill Empollo, but the Swiss are beating the group stage.

  1. Costa Rica
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Out in the group stage.

Why have you qualified here ?: I participated in the quarter-finals in the last World Cup, why not again? Kyleor Navas and Brian Ruiz create in the third final, The Ticos are always dangerous and will be one of the smaller states that will generate more noise when entering the trophy.

  1. Denmark
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why they are categorized here: something like Poland in the sense that there is a star (Christian Eriksen), but there is much to be desired. Casper Schmeichel in the goal will keep them in the games, but Eriksen cannot do everything.

  1. Iceland

Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals

Worst scenario: Going out in a group stage

Why qualify here: Many Americans will encourage Iceland after their outstanding performance in Euro 2016 and the fact that the national team for men in the United States does not qualify (sorry for the reminder). This team is not very skilled at any moment of imagination, but the heart, passion and determination can take you away as we have seen. Do not be surprised to see Iceland in the knockout phase.

  1. Peru
  • Best case: Round 16
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why to qualify here: At the World Cup for the first time in 36 years, I do not think the Peru team is unhappy with seeing this team in the group stage, taking into account expectations. Now, he can certainly leave, but they are happy to return, something many Peruvians thought they would never see again. Enjoy it, Peru. You deserve it

  1. Sweden
  • Best case: Round 16
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why they are classified here: a large amount of momentum after winning the Italy in the break-off, but this team has nothing real in the attack. Now if Zlatan Ibrahimovic came out of international retirement, beware …

  1. South Korea
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why is he qualified here: Son Heung-Min has a good attack on the field and Ki Sung-yeung maintains a good midfield combination. Another team playing together and with a lot of heart, can move forward. However, you are more likely to be in the group stage.

  1. Nigeria
  • Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals
  • Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why they are classified here: no super eagles of yesterday, Nigeria is still very serious. The opponents of the African team may want to avoid this. Alex Eioubi (Arsenal) and Kilichi Ihanshu (Leicester) are only 21 and rising stars and they always have speed. John Obey Mikel is only 30 years old, and will be the captain of this team and will be the heart of the midfield. Nigeria has the experience and talent to make a career here.

  1. Japan

Best possible scenario: Quarterfinals

Worst scenario: Going out in the group stage

Why they are categorized here: The group works well but has not been much tested in the Asian region. It shows the ability to control the ball well, but there will be a lot of problems with the teams that also want to control the ball. Chance to pass, but that’s it.

  1. Serbia
  • Best case: Round 16
  • The worst possible scenario: a point

Why they are classified here: always a threat to deal with on the pitch, and Serbs give it all. But Branislav Ivanovic leads, who has already passed his best moments and lost more than one step. There are not enough good players to do anything in this cup.

  1. Egypt
  • Best case: Round 16
  • The worst possible scenario: zero point and early home ticket

Why are they classified here: Mohammed Salah and 10 more. The Liverpool man will have to leave the ball away until the Pharaohs get a chance to advance.

  1. Australia
  • Best case: Round 16
  • The worst possible scenario: no points or goals

Why qualify here: A team with some players who already have their best, Australia is happy to be there. Four consecutive World Cup clubs are a huge achievement, but there is unlikely to be anything else out of the group, an extension.

  1. Senegal
  • Best case: Round 16
  • The worst possible scenario: no points and a few happy moments

Why qualify here: Defender Calido Coulibaly will be a busy man. If he can come out of his mind and compensate for other defensive shortcomings, Senegal can move forward if it is a manageable group.

  1. Panama
  • Best case scenario: He finished third in the group
  • In the worst case: I get a rude welcome in the World Cup, breaking every game

Why are they classified here: something like Peru, they’re happy to be there. But this is the first time in the World Cup, and their pressure and strength may be harmful to some teams. If they managed to win a match, it was a good tournament.

  1. Morocco
  • The best possible scenario: get three points and maybe sniff a place in the next round
  • The worst possible scenario: Zero points, scored zero goals.

Why is qualified here: There is not much excitement about here. Many players who do not have much experience are playing back at the top of the competition. Winning will be a good tournament.

  1. Iran
  • Best scenario possible: Do not end up with a target difference of -10 and get a point
  • Worst scenario: Take “L” in all three games

Why qualify here: Iran made the World Cup finals consecutive for the first time in history. Only once, from 12 games, did they score a victory against the United States. UU. In 1998. There are good chances to advance as Aston Villa won the Premier League (Spoiler-Aston Villa currently in the tournament, not in the Premier League so, they have no chance.

  1. Tunisia
  • The best possible scenario: one point and no conceding four goals per game
  • Worst scenario: All three games lose more than three goals

Why they are categorized here: A slightly better version of Saudi Arabia. It’s not good. No way is this team moving forward.

  1. Saudi Arabia 
  • Best possible scenario: get a lottery
  • Worst scenario: lose every game and score goals

Why they are classified here: Saudi Arabia did all the World Cup from 1994 to 2006, and in the last three, the team never finished reaching the twenty-eighth. This team has very little chance to move forward.