The Spaniards are the world champions and as such will be favourites to lift the trophy once again, with Mata likely to be fully involved.
Although having starred for the Blues for several years, the talented midfielders at Spain’s disposal has seen the 25-year-old’s chances limited on the international stage – but this should be Mata’s time.
As hosts the Brazilians are likely to be trying to do that little bit more than usual to win the World Cup in front of their football mad fans.
Oscar has shone at Stamford Bridge this year and unlike team-mate Willian, is a favourite of national coach Luiz Felipe Scolari.
After Spain and Brazil it’s likely that the Germans will be everyone’e favourites to triumph in South America and with the talent at their disposal, it’s easy to see why.
Of all those stars the Gunners perhaps boast the best of the best, with Ozil once again in supreme form and looking like the most dangerous No.10 on the planet.
Club: Manchester City.
With such a plethora of stars at both City and in the Spanish side, it’s easy to forget just how talented and influential Silva is.
The midfielder is always utilised on the international stage, ahead of the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Juan Mata and should feature prominently once more in Brazil.