The players who ply their trade in England to make an impression on the biggest stage.
In less than 12 months it will be that time again – the World Cup – and as such fanatix takes a look at the players from the Premier League who could star at the tournament.
Admittedly the final 32 nations have not been decided yet, but 21 who have already booked their place and here are 10 of the best from those countries.
Club: Manchester City.
The Argentinians were one of the first to secure their place at the competition, which will be conveniently hosted by their neighbours Brazil.
Although Lionel Messi is the golden boy, Aguero’s performances so far in 2013/14 could well see the 25-year-old being the main man in attack.
The Belgians are many people’s dark horses for the tournament after an impressive qualifying campaign and a squad brimming with stars – mostly from the Premier League.
Hazard may have taken a little more time than expected to find the winger’s form this term, but is a genuinely world-class star at Belgium’s disposal.
Club: Crystal Palace.
This may seem an odd choice but Jedinak has shown that the midfielder thrives when little is expected and has been one of the few stand-out stars for Palace this season.
Australia may not have as many big names as they have boasted in the past, but don’t be surprised if they save their best for Brazil.