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World Cup Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea

The ESPN FC panel discuss Group F which contains Germany, Mexico, Sweden and South Korea.

Defending champions Germany shouldn't fear anyone. Qualifying was a cakewalk with 10 straight wins and after lifting the Confederations Cup, they won't be fazed by what lies ahead.

Two of their games last summer were in Kazan and Sochi, where the Germans face Sweden and South Korea in 2018. Adaptation won't be as big a problem for them as it is for South Korea and the Swedes.

Mexico also know what to expect following their participation in the Confederations Cup, too. What will they have learned...

World Cup favourites France and Germany look to set marker of success

Shaka Hislop and Mark Donaldson look at France's new generation of players and who the best natural leader is.

France and Germany meet on Tuesday in an international friendly, with both teams favourites to win the World Cup next year. Ahead of the game, Julien Laurens and Raphael Honigstein got to talking ...

Julien gets the debate going:

Raf, I was thinking of you the other day when someone asked me about the France vs. Germany semifinal at Euro 2016.

We were both there in Marseille and it was a special evening. The noise inside the Stade Velodrome was incredible and France played in a clinical way...

Halstenberg, Werner pass World Cup auditions in Germany draw at Wembley

On one side of the pitch, you had a young team, cobbled together in an experimental starting XI, struggling to make an unfamiliar system work. On the other, a young team, cobbled together in an experimental starting XI, struggling to make an unfamiliar system work.

Both sets of players showed enough attacking intent to keep the Wembley crowd reasonably entertained -- especially in the first half -- but in the end, the combined problems were far too great to produce a classic encounter. England vs....

 By Nick Miller

England, Germany settle for 0-0 draw that revealed little about either side

LONDON -- Here are three points from England's 0-0 draw with Germany at Wembley in an international friendly.

1. Little to be learned from scoreless draw

In March 2016, England thrillingly came from behind to beat Germany 3-2 in a friendly that raised hopes of potential glory in that summer's international tournament. Three months later, they were thrust, blinking and bewildered, back to reality after losing to Iceland at the European Championships. The lesson is that lessons can rarely be learned...

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England making strides but dominant Germany still lead the way

The FC crew discuss if England's senior side can benefit from the young Lions' success at youth level.
The FC crew discuss if England's senior side can benefit from the young Lions' success at youth level.

England's success at the Under-20 and U17 World Cups suggests plenty is going right in their youth development; Germany, though, are still the success story to aspire to. Mario Gotze's winner in the 2014 World Cup final was the moment a plan set in place over a decade earlier, after Germany's disastrous Euro 2000 exit, came to fruition.

Now Germany are beginning to look over their shoulders at England. "Yes, we are worried because the quality of the players will become better," Olivier Bierhoff,...

 By Chris Wright

Adidas releases World Cup kits for Germany, Belgium, Spain and more

With more than 200 days left to go until the World Cup gets underway, Adidas released an entire gamut of new kits for many of the participating nations, many of which are inspired by past glories.

We have been afforded a glimpse of the nifty strips that Spain, Germany, Belgium, Colombia and Japan will be sporting in Russia next summer. With Argentina, as they did in qualifying, leaving it until the last minute.

Spain's offering -- specifically the diamond trim -- is inspired by La Roja's 1994 home...