World Cup 2022: Supercomputer Predicts Winner of Qatar Edition

World Cup 2022: Supercomputer Predicts Winner of Qatar Edition

  • A supercomputer has predicted how the remainder of the 2022 World Cup will pan out
  • Brazil, France, England, Argentina and France are among the top teams with a chance
  • 2018 finalist Croatia, Portugal and Morocco are the other countries yet to be eliminated

A supercomputer has predicted the winner of the 2022 edition of the World Cup in Qatar.

The tournament has entered the quarter-final stage, with eight teams battling to advance to the next round of the competition.

Argentina, Brazil, title holders France, England, the Netherlands, Portugal, Morocco and Croatia, are all in the last eight.

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France's players lift the Fifa World Cup trophy after the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match against Croatia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Photo by Jewel Samad.
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France are scheduled to come up against England in the next round, with Argentina facing a tricky fixture against the Netherlands.

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Portugal will be playing Morocco in the last eight, as Brazil entertains the 2018 finalists Croatia.

Supercomputer makes World Cup prediction

A supercomputer from BonusCodeBets has now predicted that France will outwit England to reach the semis and set up a mouthwatering clash against Portugal, who have been backed to see off Morocco.

In the other quarter-final fixtures, Argentina are tipped to eliminate Louis van Gaal's charges, with Brazil getting the better of Croatia.

That would see the Selecao set up a meeting with La Albiceleste in a Superclasico semi-final.

According to The Sun, citing BonusCodeBets, the Samba Boys will ultimately eliminate Messi's Argentina at that stage, with France backed to overcome Portugal to reach the final.

This would see Brazil come up against current champions France in the final, with Tite's men predicted to outshine the reigning champions to win their sixth World Cup.

Eto'o congratulates Morocco

Earlier, Sports Brief reported the President of the Cameroonian Football Federation, Samuel Eto'o has congratulated Morocco for becoming only the fourth African country to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup.

The Atlas Lions stunned 2010 champions Spain to reach the last eight, after their tense game on Tuesday came down to a penalty shootout.

Goalkeeper Yassine Bounou was Morocco's hero after saving two kicks, with Achraf Hakimi putting the icing on the cake with an expertly taken penalty.

Source: SportsBrief.com