7 Ways to Spice Up the 2014 World Cup Draw

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7 Ways to Spice Up the 2014 World Cup Draw
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After 15 months of qualifying, the 32-team shortlist for the World Cup finals has been confirmed and the most important 90 minutes of the campaign so far is upon us: the draw.

The balls will be plucked in a lavish FIFA ceremony in a luxury resort in Bahia, Brazil, on Friday, with millions across the globe tuning in to see the fate of their nation.

Anyone who has watched a World Cup draw in the past, however, will know they can be long, dry and frustratingly boring.

Here are seven ways the whole process could be more interesting...

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