Every time a World Cup group stage draw is done, qualifying nations from all around the world hope for a fair set of matchups to open the championship.
Brazil (#1), Serbia (#21), Switzerland (15), and Cameroon make up Group G. (43)Group G has an obvious favorite, and that team is the South American superpower Brazil.
The Selecao, who finished second to Argentina in 2021 and won the Copa America in 2019 have established stars all over the field in Neymar, Thiago Silva,
and Marquinhos in addition to having a strong depth chart. They seldom place second in World Cup groups, and experts anticipate that trend to continue in Qatar.
The following three sides are only separated by 22 locations. The next-best squad, Switzerland, is placed 15th and defeated Italy in their qualifying group.
They held Brazil to a 1-1 draw when they met them in Russia in 2018.