World Cup 2022: Supercomputer Predicts Winner of England vs France

World Cup 2022: Supercomputer Predicts Winner of England vs France

  • England come up against reigning world champs France in the quarter-finals in Qatar
  • The two teams face off on December 10, and a supercomputer has predicted the winner
  • The Three Lions have not gone further than the semi-finals of the World Cup since 1966

A supercomputer has predicted the team that will win the England versus France World Cup quarter-final clash.

The two football heavyweights are set to lock horns on Saturday, December 10, at the Al Bayt Stadium, with a spot in the semi-final at stake.

France, FIFA World Cup, Qatar 2022, England, Didier Deschamps, Gareth Southgate.
France celebrates during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Round of 16 match against Poland at the Al Thumama Stadium. Photo by Jean Catuffe.
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England set up a crunch meeting with the reigning world champions after demolishing Senegal 3-0 in the round of 16.

According to Sportbible, France stunned Robert Lewandowski's Poland 3-1 to advance to the next round, with Kylian Mbappe netting a brace during the encounter.

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Despite heading into the tournament on the back of a string of injuries, Les Bleus have been going from strength to strength in Qatar.

Who wins: England or France?

A supercomputer at BonusCodeBets has now backed Didier Deschamps's charges to overcome England during their quarter-final showdown on Saturday.

That would be another heartbreak for the Three Lions, who were eliminated from the 2018 World Cup in Russia in the semi-final.

Since winning in 1966, the furthest England have come in the global football showpiece is in 1990 and 2018, when they reached the semis.

Meanwhile, the winner of England vs France is scheduled to come up with the victor between Portugal and Morocco in the other quarter-final.

Sterling set for England return

Earlier, Sports Brief reported Raheem Sterling is set to rejoin the England squad in Qatar, as the Chelsea winger makes his way back to the World Cup after flying home to resolve a family issue.

Sterling missed the Three Lions’ round of 16 victory over Senegal after leaving the Middle East to be with his family, following an armed robbery at his residence.

A spokesperson of the 28-year-old confirmed he had left the England camp to prioritise the well-being of his family, including his three young children.

Source: Sports Brief News