Five things to watch at the World Cup
Editors' note: If there's anyone who knows the best and worst of the World Cup, it's Martin Tyler. The king of soccer commentary has been covering the sport since 1974, so he's seen his fair share of Cup finals -- nine, to be exact. He'll be upping that number to 10 when he commentates on the games this summer for ESPN, but first he shared five things to keep in mind before tuning in to next week's opener.
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