Projected order of finish:
. Switzerland was the first team in World Cup history to be eliminated without conceding a single goal at the 2006 World Cup (losing on penalties to Ukraine in the second round), and though this side is just as well organized, it has more flair going forward.
Spain may be overrated in some quarters but it should still find this group a stroll, which will leave the Chile-Switzerland clash on June 21 a decisive one. The same round will also tempt David Villa into making his Golden Boot charge, and Honduras's under-pressure local-based goalkeeper Noel Valladares could be left with an uncomfortable goal-difference tally. The biggest problem for Spain if it did finish group winners would only come if Brazil slipped up and came second in Group G -- then they would have to play each other in the second round.