"It's time for them now I think, it's been long enough since 1966. They have a very good coach, better than most other countries, and some good players too," stated Olsson.
Ex-England midfielder Geoff Thomas was another of our experts to plump for Capello's side to bring the World Cup home for the first time since 1966. His one-two-three-four is England, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina.
"England will win the World Cup because for once I think we have got a team that backs up being favourites, as they always are in our eyes," commented Thomas.
England's World Cup qualifying highlights
"I can't see a side out there who can beat us on our day. If we can get to the quarter-finals, we have got a really good chance."
Over 50 experts from more than 20 nations were polled in our survey.
They were asked to predict their top four, with the caveat that some forecasts may not work out precisely because of the variable nature of the draw.
But there are some fascinating forecasts, as demonstrated by the team which is predicted to be third. All will be revealed on Tuesday...
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