28. Edinson Cavani: Uruguay
The PSG striker is at the age of 31 and this could be his last World Cup. Cavani is currently one of the best strikers in the world and he’s going through the form of his life. He scored 40 goals last season in all competition and 49 goals in the season before that. Cavani is very quick and his movement off the ball and in the box makes him a constant danger to the opponent. He could be the difference maker for Uruguay in the World Cup alongside teammate Luis Suarez.
27. Andres Iniesta: Spain
One of the best midfielder of this generation, Andres Iniesta is expected to retire from international duty after this World Cup. At the age of 34, he has nothing more to prove and nothing left to win. Even though he is not as good as he was a few years ago due to his age, he can still contribute greatly to the team. His vision and passing ability are still sharp and can destroy any defense even on their best days. It’s very possible this seasoned veteran flashes some magic once again in the 2018 World Cup.