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Q: World Cup live on Saturday 16th

Hi everyone !

I want to watch the France-Australia game on Saturday at a pub with my friends and whoever wants to, I am still looking for a pub that will broadcast the game but if you want to join please do! 

We can have a wechat group about the World Cup and enjoy the games all together !!!for the record, I am French so that is the team I support, but I generally love the atmosphere and will enjoy all the games for sure

2 years 46 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Jinan

 
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 You 'frogs' don't have a chance ...  

 

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-14/predicting-unpredictable-who-w...

 

As the following chart illustrates, the global public disagrees with the statistical model and sees Germany as the most likely World Cup winner.

 Predicting the Unpredictable | Statista

You will find more infographics at Statista

23 percent of the roughly 12,000 respondents in an Ipsos poll conducted across 27 countries gave Joachim Löw’s team their vote of confidence, while 21 percent favor Brazil to win the title.

England, a team known to struggle at the world stage, is objectively more likely to win the title than people give them credit for.

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