The World Cup is now just a few months away. With the participating nations confirmed, attention is turning to which players will attend the competition next summer.
Nowhere is attention being paid more closely than on Luiz Felipe Scolari and his Brazil squad, with the hosts hoping for a sixth World Cup success and a first on home soil.
Matters of national selection in Brazil are always highly debated, but never will scrutiny be quite as intense as it will be for next year's competition—with avenging the Maracanazo of 1950 top of the national agenda.
With Goal.com's Rupert Fryer reporting that the coach already knows 20 of his 23-man squad, let's see which players he could pick for the formidable task at hand.