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FIFA World Ranking: 83
Bookmakers' Odds for Winning World Cup: 150-1
Star Player: Steven Pienaar
Possibly the least-talented host since The Bachelor's Chris Harrison, South Africans hope the tournament brings the same economic benefits it has brought past host countries. In 2006, for instance, the German economy outperformed the rest of the world by 9 percent before the first ball was even kicked, then continued to spike after the final. To try to prove skeptics wrong about its team, South Africa will rely on pigtailed midfielder Steven Pienaar.