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You can enter the cash prize draws throughout the World Cup by opting in with your personal details used to register on Football Index. A whopping £100,000 will be divided into several cash prizes to be awarded on various dates throughout the World Cup. Don’t delay!
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Activity on the Football Index platform is going to be heightened during the World Cup, with traders flocking to pick up a profit as the prices of players fluctuate before, during and after the games. With high liquidity on offer, now is the ideal time to get in on the action and become a football trader!
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Football Index is the trading platform that you will use to buy and sell football players. Football Index allows you to invest in individual players, earn dividends, trade players and sell at a profit based on their real life form.
So Where Should You Concentrate Your Trading Efforts?
Germany (who beat Argentina in the 2014 final) will be looking to win back-to-back World Cups (the last time this happened was in 1962) whilst Brazil will be after a sixth world title (extending their existing record). One reason the Brazilians are confident is that Neymar (who cost a world record £200 million when he moved from Barcelona to PSG last year) has returned after a broken foot. Other favourites include Portugal (Euro 2016 winners) along with Belgium, Poland and 1998 winners France.
After being instrumental in Portugal winning Euro 2016, Cristiano Ronaldo will certainly be hoping for his first World Cup winners’ medal whilst Lionel Messi is after a first major trophy with Argentina. France is certainly going to be assisted by a young squad that includes 19 year old forward Kylian Mbappe plus a host of Premier League names such as Hugo Lloris (Tottenham goalkeeper), Paul Pogba (Manchester United midfielder) and Olivier Giroud (Chelsea forward).
Should You Trade England Players?
Current England skipper Harry Kane is quite positive – the Tottenham forward said “It’s impossible not to dream about lifting the World Cup. I believe we can win it – anyone can”. The squad is young (the third youngest squad in Russia in fact) with an average age of just 26 years and 18 days and defender Trent Alexander-Arnold the youngest at 19 years old. That said, if England want to go all the way, they will have to address their generally poor record at the knockout stages of major competitions.