Switzerland have some high-class players, including Gokhan Inler and Xherdan Shaqiri, and a forgotten great ofmanagement in Ottmar Hitzfeld.
Alexander Netherton - Freelance football writer
There is not a single alternate reality in which France have this squad and go on to win the World Cup, but they might finally have an international tournament where they don't end up despising one another now that Didier Deschamps has sorted out the squad.
Croatia and Japan are excellent technically, especially in the midfield area. There are defensive worries, but one of them could surprise...
Will Unwin - ITV.com
Are Belgium still dark horses? Everyone now recognises how could Marc Wilmots' side is, but their lack of major tournament experience means they're seen as proper contenders, but many of their stars have won serious trophies this season.
Jack Pitt-Brooke - The Independent
Uruguay If Luis Suarez is fit, they have the firepower go to with the grit and unity to win the group before an easy Last 16 game.
Colombia: What they lack in Falcao they make up for in Carlos Bacca, Jackson Martinez and Luis Muriel. They had the best defensive record in South America qualifying and I think they'll thrive in this climate.
Ollie Irish - ITV.com
France: Drawn in a very comfortable group and have major talent in key positions.
David Williams - Freelance journalist
Chile: With Sanchez and Vargas up top, I fancy Sampaoli's high energy side to upset Spain to top Group B and thus avoid Brazil, unlike in 2010. With injury-hit Vidal getting stronger by the game they'd be a match for anyone in the latter stages.
Oliver Haill - Freelance journalist
Colombia: A pacy, attacking side, with a hard working team ethic under their wily coach Jose Pekerman. Finger's crossed Radamel Falcao gets fit.
Liam Coleman: Freelance writer
France: Superb against Norway in mid-week, they could conform to type and implode, or the quality of a wonderful squad could shine through.