IF Group G is easy to call the final one I'm looking at is the opposite.
Group H is possibly the most competitive of all eight with Colombia favourites to top the section ahead of Poland, Senegal and Japan.
Colombia won all three of their group matches four years ago and beat Japan 4-1, eventually losing to Brazil in the quarters.
They didn't qualify easily this time round but showed their class in beating France 3-2 in Paris in March after trailing 2-0.
Poland are second favourites and in Robert Lewandowski have a striker who can win games on his own. The Poles are 15-8 at Sky Bet to win the table and 4-7 at bet365 to make it through to the last 16.
A double on Colombia and Poland to make it through pays 13-10 at BlackType while a Colombia, Poland straight forecast is 4-1 at Unibet.
Bookies in reality have written off Senegal (11-8, Betfred) and Japan (2-1, William Hill) but in a tight section they could surprise some especially the Africans who will be looking to Liverpool's Sadio Mane to provide some stellar performances.
Mane is 5-2 at Ladbrokes to be Senegal's top scorer and that should land. That compares well to Lewandowski who is just 4-6 for the Poles
Back them to beat an ageing Japan in their second game at 13-10 with Paddy Power.
- Colombia & Poland to qualify
- Colombia, Poland straight forecast
- Senegal to beat Japan