How did our World Cup predictions fare?

How did we do with our Group Assessments and predictions for the next round?


How did our World Cup predictions fare?

A quick look at the pre-tournament picks reveal a correct prediction of 11 of the 16 teams going through to the knockout stages of the 2014 World Cup.

World Champions Spain correctly predicted to not get out the group and Algeria to qualify were the picks, Ecuador conceding a late goal to Switzerland preventing them going through.

Group A - Brazil & Mexico - both went through
Group B - Holland and Chile - both went through
Group C - Ivory Coast & Colombia - Columbia went through, Ivory Coast gave away a penalty with seconds left to go out.
Group D - Italy and Uruguay - only Uruguay went through
Group E - France and Ecuador - only France went through
Group F - Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina - only Argentina went through
Group G - Germany and Portugal - only Germany went through
Group H - Belgium and Algeria - both went through

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Knockout stage predictions
Top Half

Brazil vs Chile - Brazil
Columbia vs Uruguay - Colombia
France vs Nigeria - France
Germany vs Algeria - Germany

Bottom Half
Holland vs Mexico - Holland
Costa Rica vs Greece - Costa Rica
Argentina vs Switzerland - Argentina
Belgium vs USA - Belgium


The predicted quarter-final line up
Brazil vs Colombia
France vs Germany

Holland vs Costa Rica
Argentina vs Belgium

The pre-tournament prediction was for an Argentina and Germany final with Argentina winning.




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