Alan Brazil selects Dream Team World Cup XI with Lionel Messi and Karim Benzema up top – take him on this tournament! – talkSPORT

Alan Brazil selects Dream Team World Cup XI with Lionel Messi and Karim Benzema up top – take him on this tournament! – talkSPORT

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Alan Brazil has selected his Dream Team World Cup XI with the tournament just days away.
The talkSPORT presenter and former striker for Scotland and Manchester United, invites you to put your footballing know-how and beat his Dream Team in his Celebrity league this tournament.
Play Dream Team for the 2022 Qatar World Cup!
All you have to do is pick your own team via Dream Team’s website or app and join Brazil’s league using the PIN: WCBRAZIL – it will also be easily visible under the Leagues tab.
Player prices will be finalised in the coming days once the official deadline for squad submissions has passed – until then you’re invited to pick a provisional team.
You can make as many changes as you like until the tournament gets underway so there’s no need to delay.
Let’s take a look at Brazil’s provisional team so you know what you’ll be playing against.
Think you can do better? Select your side now 
Brazil has selected Thibaut Courtois in goal and that looks a dependable pick between the sticks given Belgium’s group.
They have a strong defensive side and will be up against Canada, Morocco and Croatia giving the Real Madrid keeper plenty of chances to keep a couple of clean sheets and even more points.
In defence there’s also a huge chance for some clean sheet bonuses, which gives players +5 points.
Courtois had a brilliant season for Real Madrid, helping them to a LaLiga and Champions League double
Denzel Dumfries, the Netherlands full-back, could also have a benefit of a kinder draw playing the likes of Qatar, Ecuador and Senegal.
The players at the Netherlands’ disposal should be able to beat and see off these three opponents and give Dumfries more points in the process.
Similarly, in defence there’s Pau Torres (Spain), Antonio Rudiger (Germany) and Nicolas Tagliafico (Argentina).
All three playing for teams well-fancied to not only win their respective groups but the whole tournament and can easily notch extra points.
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In midfield, there’s a couple familiar faces from the Premier League, Youri Tielemans and Christian Eriksen – both capable of either scoring, assisting or taking a Star Man award which gives +5 points.
They’re also well priced considering Belgium’s kinder draw and the fact Denmark have the ability to play the top teams and give them a tough game.
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Mohammed Kudus comes in the final place in midfield, the Ajax player, representing Ghana is a great addition at a low cost and again has the ability to give Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea a difficult game.
The midfielder has already scored four in six in the Champions League and another five in the Eredivisie and is an absolute steal for the maximum projected cost of £3m.
Joshua Kimmich sits in the middle of the four-man midfield line up in Brazil’s squad and is as consistent a player as you can get for both club (Bayern Munich), and country (Germany).
Up front are two players who could easily be up for the Golden Boot of the competition and with a goal scored worth +5 points for your team these may be quality additions to your own squad.
Lionel Messi and Karim Benzema – argued to be the best player in the world alongside France’s talisman who won the 2022 Ballon d’Or.
Benzema lifting the 2022 Ballon d’Or trophy
Argentina have realistic chances to win the whole thing, as they’ve shown in previous tournaments and with their players in-form they could be scoring goals aplenty against group opponents Saudi Arabia, Poland and Mexico.
Messi has scored seven and assisted 10 for PSG this season in Ligue 1 and has another four in the UCL – making him a prime candidate to continue his point hauls.
For country, he is also constantly getting goal involvements just like Benzema, who has virtually a goal per game.
While for Real Madrid, almost the exact same: Seven games and five goals so far in 2022-23 while he assisted 12 and scored 27 last season which helped secure his Ballon d’Or.
France also have a strong chance against Australia, Denmark and Tunisia to net plenty of goals which Benzema will be at the fore of.
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