You have to go for the stars and the women.
The women are dominating in all three games, and in every one.
The World Cup is going to be about one thing: football.
And we are going to see the world’s greatest players in the most beautiful surroundings.
There are no better ways to celebrate the women’s football World Cup than in front of the biggest stage in football.
Here are the things to know about this year’s tournament.
Key facts: When: Sunday, July 15, 12:30pm ET Where: Estadio do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro This year’s World Cup will be played in Rio de Brazil, the country’s biggest city, where it will be the most watched sporting event in the world.
Here is a guide to what to expect: the action begins at 12:00pm ET on Sunday when Brazil’s team take on the Netherlands.
It will be live on BBC Sport website and on BBC World Service app on both platforms, with the BBC Sport app available on iOS and Android devices.
The Netherlands will be looking to break Brazil’s all-time record for most points in a World Cup, with an impressive 21.
There is also a big chance that this will be their most successful World Cup in terms of points scored, with a record 18 goals scored.
The hosts have scored 13 goals in their last two games.
It has been an extraordinary run for the Netherlands, and this is their chance to go home with a win and potentially a top-four finish.
What you need to know: Brazil is aiming to win the tournament for the first time in 25 years.
Brazil are a side which has won the World Cups twice in a row, but has never reached the final.
They were knocked out of the 2014 final, but have gone on to reach the semi-finals of the 2019 and 2022 finals.
The first time they did it, in 2010, was a stunning performance in a 2-0 win over Colombia.
They went on to beat Colombia 2-1.
Brazil have never won a World Championship since the 1992 World Cup.
The last time they reached the finals in South Africa in 2003 was a very disappointing result, and the last time was in 1966.
Brazil will be hoping to build on that success this time.
They are a big team, and will be in the group stages of the tournament with France and Italy.
What to watch out for: The World Cups most famous player is Lionel Messi.
He has played in all six of the World Championships games so far this year, and has a hat-trick in all four.
Messi has scored seven goals and provided five assists in the last two matches.
He also scored the winner against Colombia in the semi finals.
If he scores again, he will be on course to become the all-TIME leading scorer in World Cup history.
There will be a huge amount of attention on Lionel Messi’s goal.
But Brazil are not the only team to look to him.
There have been suggestions that Brazil have a deep and talented attacking core in the form of Neymar, who has also scored five goals in three matches.
Neymar has been a key part of Brazil’s attack, but he is expected to be suspended for the next match, and his international status will depend on how Brazil finish in the top two groups.
Brazil also have Neymar’s former teammate Neymar de Lima in the team.
The Argentina international has been the best player for Argentina in the World championships so far, scoring 13 goals and assisting seven.
Neymars ability to break down defences, and create chances, is something the Netherlands can ill afford to give up.
Watch out for a big attack.
The Dutch have had a difficult time scoring goals in recent years, with their goals coming in the second half of games and not scoring in the first.
However, they have been solid at the back so far in this tournament, and they have the firepower to take on any side.
Watch for a lot of crosses from Brazil.
They have already conceded six goals in all of their games so there is no reason to think that they will not score again.
The biggest problem for Brazil will come when the ball gets into the box, with two goals conceded in the previous two games in which the ball got into the Netherlands’ box.
Brazil should have a lot to worry about, and there will be many eyes on the ball.
It is going be a long day.
Brazil can beat Colombia by a goal, or they can go out and play a good game.
But if the Dutch lose their nerve and lose the World Championship, they will be facing a very difficult World Cup exit.