Rio de Janerio: The Group B calculation in the FIFA World Cup is pretty straightforward. Defending champions Spain and the Netherlands, the two finalists in the 2010 edition in South Africa, should be through to the next round, but the other two in the group, Australia and Chile,
Spain are just about favourites to top the group. The Oranje, with the newly appointed Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal guding them, performed brilliantly in the Cup qualifiers, the marauding Robin van Persie knocking in 11 goals.
The clash between the two teams could go a long way in deciding the eventual winners of the Cup.