When it comes to this 2018 World Cup, it's clear that France and Croatia players will populate many of our Dream Teams of the tournament.
The Real Madrid pair of Raphael Varane, N'Golo Kante and Luka Modric have been crucial to the success of their respective countries at this edition of international football's most storied competition.
However, who else makes it into our XIs? Well, from an Off The Ball perspective, we tasked Dave McIntyre and Nathan Murphy with teaming up to put together a World Cup XI.
So, Nathan chose the centre backs, two of the central midfielders and one of the forward trio, Meanwhile, Dave picked two of the other forwards, the full backs, goalkeeper and the midfield playmaker and this is what they came up with:
Are they right to include England's Jordan Pickford and John Stones ahead of other viable candidates? Should presumptive Golden Boot winner Harry Kane be included and should any other players who missed out on the last-four be included?
Dave and Nathan joined Ger to justify their selections and you can watch their arguments in favour of their picks on the video player above.
And if you're wondering about the Stones inclusion, take a look below as Nathan makes his point about the England and Manchester City defender: