3/10 Willian: Chelsea The Brazilian is the only Brazilian international not in contention for the World Cup.
He missed out on qualification with a hamstring injury in the 2015 World Cup in Brazil and the 2016 Confederations Cup in Russia.
But if he is fit, he would be the most likely to play.
He has been linked with a move to the Premier League and could be in line to start for Brazil if he can get his form back on track.
Getty Images 4/10 Edinson Cavani: Uruguay The Uruguay international is a long-term target for Chelsea.
He is one of the most expensive players in world football and will be a big favourite for the spot of captain at the World Championships in 2019.
His agent says the 26-year-old will only join Chelsea if his form improves, although the Premier of Spain has been a major factor in his desire to stay.
Getty 5/10 Joao Moutinho: Brazil The Brazilian forward was one of a host of Brazilians to miss out on qualifying for the 2019 World Cup with injury.
He could be a top contender for the squad if he feels he has developed a new level of fitness.
Getty 6/10 Dani Alves: Uruguay A former teammate of Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois, Alves would be a major contender for a starting berth if his side is able to take a step forward.
The Uruguayan is a key part of Uruguay’s defence and could offer a boost to the side if he returns to form.
Getty 7/10 Nemanja Matic: Croatia Matic is Chelsea’s most expensive player and he has been in good form for them since the World Championship.
The Croatia international has scored 10 goals in 13 appearances for the club, but is out of contract in the summer.
Getty 8/10 Thiago Silva: Brazil Silva was also a key figure in Brazil’s victory over England at Wembley.
He would be one of Chelseas top strikers and would be Chelsea’s first choice to start against Brazil.
Getty 9/10 Kevin De Bruyne: Belgium The Belgian playmaker is a big hit at Chelsea and would also be a possible substitute in Brazil if they can improve on the way they lost the World Series to Italy.
Getty 10/10 Cesar Azpilicueta: Spain The Spaniard is Chelsea ‘s biggest transfer target this summer and could take his place alongside the likes of Didier Drogba and Eden Hazard in the starting line-up if he impresses.