World Cup 2014: Take our quiz to help you choose your second team for the World Cup
Every team has now played their opening game of the tournament, but you may still need some help picking who to back
Tuesday 17 June 2014
Defeat to Italy wasn't the start England were looking for it and now they're up against it.
With a little luck (and more importantly a good result against Uruguay) they might still make it through the group stage, but perhaps it's time to start looking for a second team.
All 32 sides have now got their campaigns underway. Lionel Messi has scored a brilliant goal, the Netherlands look superb and Spain might be past it. But has that first look helped you decide who you should back?
Perhaps not - but don't fret. We've come up with a genius quiz that will help you out. By picking your favourite David Beckham haircut and top Hollywood actor, this quiz will point you in the right direction...
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