The 2022 World Cup begins in Qatar. Germany’s chances of winning the World Cup are not good at all, according to the analysis. In another calculation, the DFB team comes out really bad.
Munich/Qatar – here we go World Cup 2022. From this Sunday it goes to FIFA World Cup in Qatar (November 20 to December 18) for the coveted trophy. France are the defending champions but no one has been able to identify a real World Cup favorite ahead of the controversial tournament in the emirate. Who will be the world champion?
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has decided the record world champion Brazil as the new holder of the World Cup title. The selection of the German Football Association (DFB) ranks after data collection MagentaTV in the list of favorites, on the other hand, in sixth place.
In 40,000 simulations, artificial intelligence determines the latest results, player data, injured players, group strength, form and team potential. A: This data shows that Brazil and superstar Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) have a 17.7 percent chance of winning the World Cup ahead of Argentina (13.26 percent) and France (11.06 percent). With 8.29 percent, Germany is sixth behind England and Spain.
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The DFB team’s performance has been mixed recently. At the end of the League of Nations, the team lost National coach Hansi Flick 0:1 against Hungary, v The European vice-champion England was 3:3 there. World Cup dress rehearsal gone wrong German national team after poor performance against Oman (1-0).
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In another calculation, Germany comes out even worse: scientists from the University of Oxford in England calculated the percentage probability of winning the tournament. All 2018 results were included in the analysis.
The probability that a DFB team after 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014 in Catarrh will become world champion for the fifth time is only 3.84 percent. That means only ninth place. Even according to this calculation, Brazil is the favorite for the World Cup. The Selecao has 14.72 percent, Argentina is also second in this ranking with 14.36 percent. Followed by: Netherlands (3rd / 7.84 percent), Spain (4th / 7.03 percent), France (5th / 6.37 percent), Belgium (6th / 6.31 percent), Portugal (7th / 5.6 percent) and Denmark (8th / 4.94 percent). (pm/SID)