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Costa do Sauipe (Brazil) (AFP) - Thirty-two teams will learn their World Cup fate when the draw for Brazil's problem-plagued 2014 showpiece takes place Friday as governing body FIFA plays down concerns over stadium delays. Brazil could theoretically face two European former champions in the shape of, for example, France and Italy. England coach Roy Hodgson, meanwhile, indicated where a team plays could be more important than whom they face as the team drawn second in Brazil's group faces a marathon travel schedule and having to play in sweltering heat in the north. "Brazil must be looked upon as favourites.