first_img11. South Korea – 8 out of 23 players are returning – 35%10. Germany – 9 out of 23 players are returning – 39%8= Colombia – 10 out of 23 players are returning – 43%8= Uruguay – 10 out of 23 players are returning – 43% 7 But many believe tournament experience is key for any country at the tournament.The folks over at BetVictor have compared all the squads going to Russia and it makes for interesting reading.See which nation has the most returning players from the World Cup in Brazil below…19= Nigeria – 5 out of 23 players are returning – 22%19= England – 5 out of 23 players are returning – 22%16= Australia – 6 out of 23 players are returning – 26%16= France – 6 out of 23 players are returning – 26% France’s team ahead of their clash with Germany in 2014 Beto stands alongside Cristiano Ronaldo in 2014 16= Russia – 6 out of 23 players are returning – 26%12= Argentina – 7 out of 23 players are returning – 30%12= Brazil – 7 out of 23 players are returning – 30%12= Iran – 7 out of 23 players are returning – 30%12= Portugal – 7 out of 23 players are returning – 30% Belgium pose ahead of their World Cup 2014 match with the United States 7 Uruguay line up at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil 7 7 Brazil line up in ahead of a friendly prior to the World Cup in Russia 6= Japan – 11 out of 23 players are returning – 48%6= Spain – 11 out of 23 players are returning – 48%5. Costa Rica – 12 out of 23 players are returning – 52%3= Croatia – 13 out of 23 players are returning – 57% 7 3= Mexico – 13 out of 23 players are returning – 57%2. Switzerland – 14 out of 23 players are returning – 61%1. Belgium – 15 out of 23 players are returning – 65% 7 7 Members of the Croatian national team pose for the team photo prior to their match with Cameroon in 2014 With the World Cup imminent and all the squads announced, we’re all assessing which nations have the quality to win.It’s being looked at in many different ways with some valuing the skills of individuals, the tactics being used, and the mentalities of the groups.last_img read more