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Last year, we suggested why you should put £10 on France lifting the World Cup.
To showcase their incredible strength in depth, we put together three teams that could feature under Didier Deschamps this summer. From Kylian Mbappe to Antoine Griezmann, these teams combined youth with experience, pace with power - they basically blended the perfect match between attack and defence.
12 months later, and with the World Cup just 100 days away, we might have swayed our opinion when it comes to the 'ultimate' squad depth.
Step forward Joachim Löw's incredibly talented Germany squad - a team that has plenty of talent at their disposal ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
This is a real statement of intent from the Germans. It simply puts into perspective how behind the likes of England are when it comes to nurturing homegrown talent.
The fact that the likes of Ilkay Gundogan, Marco Reus and Leon Goretzka might not even feature in the starting XI proves my point. Would these players feature for England? Yes.
The Premier League Panel put together these four teams ahead of the tournament in June:
France also have at least four capable players to cover each position. If Paul Pogba is injured, then the likes of Adrien Rabiot or Blaise Matuidi could step in.
If you look at the below, France have five 'world class' strikers to choose from. Griezmann, Lacazette, Benzema, Mbappe and Dembele.
Without doubt the most impressive aspect of the above squad is its midfield. The strength in depth here is just remarkable.
Who's got the better squad ahead of the World Cup - Germany or France?
Let us know in the comments. 100 days to go!
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