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If the 2022 World Cup started today: Looking at the major nations

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson shares his thoughts on the team most likely to win the World Cup if it were to take place tomorrow.
Gianni Infantino believes Russia 2018 is the benchmark for Qatar to live up to at the 2022 World Cup.
Watch E:60's eye-opening segment on the migrant worker issues in Qatar.

The next World Cup is four years away, but if the tournament began today, how would the biggest countries line up? Further, what do they need to do between now and kickoff on Nov. 21, 2022?

We asked our writers to look into the future. Click on the flags below to see that nation.

ARGENTINA

Starting XI if the World Cup began today
Sergio Romero; Renzo Saravia, Juan Foyth, Nicolas Otamendi, Nicolas Tagliafico; Giovani Lo Celso, Leandro Paredes, Exequiel Palacios; Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala,...


England's positive vibes pay dividends, Belgium blow big lead, Dutch delight, more

When it comes to England and semifinals, it's a bit like the old London buses cliche: You wait 20 years for one and then two come along at once. OK, so the joke is beyond corny, and yes, a UEFA Nations League semifinal is a wholly different animal. However, there is no denying that the England team are buzzing in a way we have not seen in a long time.

There are plenty of holes you can pick in the 2-1 win over Croatia, which opened the doors of the final four to Gareth Southgate's crew. Until Harry...

Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini's afro is history as he reveals new hairdo

Marouane Fellaini revealed his new haircut on Instagram
Marouane Fellaini's afro was one of the few constants in this ever-changing world.

Having recently missed out on the latest Belgium squad, Marouane Fellaini decided to perk himself up by staying at home and treating himself to a bold new makeover.

A week or so before his 31st birthday, Fellaini has streamlined his look by shaving off the dense mound of wiry hair that he's been proudly sporting (and sprouting) atop his head for the past decade or more.

Looking several pounds lighter, the Manchester United midfielder debuted his utilitarian 'do on Instagram along with the caption...

Thibaut Courtois missed Golden Glove announcement after turning TV off early

Belgium's Thibaut Courtois turned off his TV before the end of the World Cup final because he did not want to see France celebrating -- and missed himself being named the tournament's top goalkeeper.

Courtois kept three clean sheets as Belgium finished third, losing to France in the semifinals before defeating England in the consolation game.

But after he and captain Eden Hazard criticised France's pragmatic style in the semifinals, saying their tactics had made the match "frustrating," Courtois...

World Cup by the numbers - 169 goals, 29 penalties, 10 late winners, 4 red cards

ESPN's Charlie Gibson puts a bow on Project Russia from a scintillating final, as France claimed World Cup glory.
Croatia fell short in their first World Cup final, but the FC crew explain what made the Vatreni's run so impressive.

France beat Croatia 4-2 to win the title for the second time and cap off a memorable World Cup in Russia. ESPN brings you the best numbers from what has been a World Cup of records.

169

This World Cup produced 169 goals, making it the third most prolific World Cup of all time. Only 1998 and 2014 produced more goals (171 in each). It is worth noting that the top four high-scoring World Cups of all time have come over the last six editions, since the tournament was expanded to 32 teams, and 64 matches...

Eden Hazard's reputation, value have never been higher after standout World Cup

SAINT PETERSBURG, Russia -- Eden Hazard had a smile on his face and a bronze medal around his neck after inspiring Belgium to victory in the World Cup third-place playoff against England in St. Petersburg.

In the heat of the moment, it meant something to the Chelsea forward to end Russia 2018 on a high, but when he flies back home after this tournament, the smile may fade once the pangs of regret begin to kick in. Hazard and Belgium could have -- and maybe should have -- been contesting the World...