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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2016 Olympics men's football preview

Jesus Corona looks forward to defending Mexico's gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games.

The Olympic football tournament is almost set to kick off in Rio de Janeiro. Here is a preview of all 16 teams.

GROUP A

BRAZIL: The Brazilians are red-hot favourites to at last win the only title they are lacking, both because of the depleted competition and because they are taking it so seriously. For many Brazilians, the men's football tournament will be the most important part of the Games. Moreover, after years of disappointment, Brazil need something special to bring the fans back onside.

MANAGER:...

 By John Duerden

South Korea, Japan and Iraq look to Olympics to erase World Cup agony

The last time Asia went to Brazil its four representatives failed to win a single game between them. The 2016 Olympics should be a happier hunting ground than the 2014 World Cup. But then it couldn't be any worse.

All three Asian teams -- South Korea, Japan and Iraq -- preparing for the men's football tournament at the Olympics have finished in the last four of the competition in the past. The continent would love to have such a record at the World Cup.

Asia likes the Olympics; it is a big deal...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2016 Olympics men's football final squad lists for all 16 teams

Brazil star Neymar sits down for an exclusive chat with ESPN to discuss his side's gold medal chances after coming up short in 2012.

The Olympic football tournament is almost set to kick off in Rio de Janeiro. Here are all the final 18-man squads.

*- Overage player born before 1993.

ALGERIA:

Goalkeepers: Farid Chaal (El Harrach), Abdelkader Salhi (Chlef)

Defenders: Ayoub Abdellaoui (USM Alger), Abdelghani Demmou* (MC Alger), Houari Ferhani (Kabylie), Ryad Keniche (Setif), Miloud Rebiai (Setif)

Midfielders: Haris Belkebla (Tours), Sofiane Bendebka* (Hussein Dey), Abdelraouf Benguit (Paradou), Mohamed Benkhemassa (Alger), Zakaria...

 By John Duerden

Top five matchups in 2018 AFC World Cup final round qualification

Now that the draw for the 2018 AFC World Cup final qualifying round is out, it is time to take a closer look into which of the region's top players will be up against one another as the games play out.

There will be some fascinating matchups over the coming months, as the best teams on the continent fight it out over the course of 10 games.

Only four Asian nations will be guaranteed World Cup spots, with another two facing more playoffs for a chance to make it to Russia 2018.

The matches begin in...

 By Jason Dasey

Shinji Okazaki poised to eclipse Kagawa's exploits in Premier League

It's taken him less than a full season, but already Shinji Okazaki has matched the goal tally in England of Japan teammate Shinji Kagawa, whose unhappy Manchester United stint spanned 26 months.

Okazaki's eye-catching, overhead strike that gave Leicester City a 1-0 victory over Newcastle United on Monday night, and a five point lead at the top of the Premier League, was his sixth goal in 31 matches in all competitions.

Playing for three different managers, Kagawa managed only six goals in 57 games...

 By John Duerden

Kagawa's progress for club and country crucial for Japan in 2016

Kagawa's club form is crucial for the Japan national team's progress.

After the shock of their quarterfinal exit at January's AFC Asian Cup, 2015 turned out to be a decent year for Japanese football.

But with Shinji Okazaki playing an influential role at English Premier League leaders Leicester City, it's the progress of another Europe-based Shinji that remains the obsession of Japanese fans.

Here are five hopes for Japanese football in 2016.

1. Kagawa's continued resurgence

Shinji Kagawa's time in Europe has been a rollercoaster affair. His first spell with Borussia...