Group E is an intriguing one, with three teams that all have confidence in their chance to come in second place — and then there’s Brazil, who stand head and shoulders above the rest. Costa Rica and Serbia tangle on Sunday, in a matchup between one of the oldest rosters in the World Cup, in Costa Rica, most of whom were on the team that rode all the way to the quarterfinals in Brazil in 2014, and a team that has not made it through group play since the World Cup was in France in 1998. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic leads the Serbian side, which also features some young, dangerous attackers. Can Costa Rica keep things going, or will youth have its day? Check out our 2018 World Cup betting preview of this World Cup tilt.