Predictions for Sunday's World Cup final point to a low-scoring match as Germany and Argentina duke it out for the third time.
Frank Dell'Appa over on Fusion has covered seven World Cups, and breaks down the two teams for us. His thoughts?
"Signs point to the prospect of a conservative, low-scoring affair on Sunday at the Maracan. Nearly everyone realizes the best tactics against Germany are to pack it in and counterattack. (Everyone except Brazil, that is). And that has been Argentina's approach, anyway, so there is little chance the Albiceleste will change."
Read the full article here.
PREVIEW: Germany-Argentina, Part III