The World Cup 2018 looks set to be one of the highlights of the sporting year and soccer fans in South Africa are already looking ahead to the tournament which gets underway on June 14th. The 32 teams have been split into eight different groups, which have been labelled A-H and the top two from each of these sections will progress into the knock-out stages. There are a number of different markets available, many of which are already priced up by South African online bookmakers and one of the most popular is ‘Group Winners’. Some sides have been drawn in an incredibly difficult group and progress seems unlikely but the bigger sides such as Brazil and Germany are expected to sail through with very few problems. We take a look at which sides are likely to finish top of their section.