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2022 World Cup Power Rankings After the First Round of Fixtures

2022 World Cup Power Rankings After the First Round of Fixtures

We’re one round of group fixtures into the World Cup, and while it may be early, we do have a one game window into looking at the tournament favourites and teams that have impressed. While not every team on this list won, expectation and talent on the pitch is still taken into account when compiling … Continue reading 2022 World Cup Power Rankings After the First Round of Fixtures

Winners and Losers of the World Cup, After One Round of Fixtures

Winners and Losers of the World Cup, After One Round of Fixtures

What an opening round! We’ve had to wait six months more than usual for this World Cup, and so far (strictly on the field, I can’t stress that enough) it appears worth it. It may be early, but it’s honestly never too early to take a look at who’s impressed and how needs to improve … Continue reading Winners and Losers of the World Cup, After One Round of Fixtures

Dark Horse Teams To Look Out For At The 2022 World Cup

Dark Horse Teams To Look Out For At The 2022 World Cup

Every World Cup has what we would consider a dark horse, a team that isn’t expected to win or necessarily even get that far in the tournament, but goes on to shock the world. In 2010 it was Uruguay, Costa Rica in 2014, and in 2018 Croatia made it all the way to the final! … Continue reading Dark Horse Teams To Look Out For At The 2022 World Cup

No Reason To Panic For Canadian Men’s National Team

No Reason To Panic For Canadian Men’s National Team

Although 13th-ranked Uruguay is sandwiched between Mexico and the United States in the world rankings, there was a different feel about Canada's latest World Cup tune-up game. The result, a 2-0 loss for the Canadians, was not what people were hoping for. Upsetting Uruguay would have been something special, but it serves as a reminder … Continue reading No Reason To Panic For Canadian Men’s National Team