France, Morocco, Argentina or Croatia, a supercomputer already knows who will win the 2022 World Cup

Who will win the World Cup? To have the answer, it will be necessary to wait for the final on Sunday, but a supercomputer already believes to know the name of the winner. According to the famous site FiveThirtyEight, it is Argentina who will lift the cup.

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We are in the home stretch of the World Cup. Who from France, Morocco, Argentina or Croatia will lift the trophy? At Phonandroid, we obviously hope for a victory for the blues, but the predictions of the site FiveThirtyEight want to shower our hopes.

FiveThirtyEight is a site that has the particularity to use a supercomputer to make predictions in the field of politics or sports. He obviously lent himself to the game of cup predictions and a winner stands out: it’s Lionel Messi’s Argentina.

Supercomputer sees Argentina on top of the world

For FiveThirtyEight, Argentina has a 37% chance of winning the World Cup. France is in second position in the predictions with a 35% chance of obtaining the famous third star. Far behind, Croatia peaks at 16% while Morocco plays the role of outsider with 13%. Interestingly, EA had also made predictions via FIFA 23 a few weeks ago, and Argentina had already been declared the winner. Everything therefore points to the final victory of the Albiceleste.

Interesting statistics, therefore, which could give confidence to bettors and other forecasters. But you know it as well as we do. Football is above all an irrational sport that can surprise in every game. For example, who saw this beautiful team from Morocco going so far? Not sure if the FiveThirtyEight supercomputer gave it a win against Spain or Portugal.

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If we only stick to the predictions of the calculator, France would have 66% to win tomorrow night’s match against Morocco. She would find Argentina in the final, which would have a 64% chance of beating Croatia. In any case, we hope to see great matches and small exploits. Four great teams in the last four, but only one can remain at the top.

Source : FiveThirtyEight

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