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FIFA World Cup 2018 Knockouts: Final Predictions

The biggest sporting event of the globe kicked off in Moscow on 14 June, 2018 as 21st edition of FIFA World Cup to begin with the opening game. Germany football team was the title defending champion in 2018 FIFA world cup. Germany out from the tournament in the group stage and 16 teams qualified for knockouts.

FIFA World Cup Teams

Let’s have a look at the win prediction for all knockout matches of football world cup 2018.

FIFA World Cup 2018 Knockout Matches Win Prediction

After Group stage, 16 teams from 8 groups will head into knockout stage that will begin on 30th June with Round of 16 matches. Let’s have a look at the qualified teams from group stage.

Group A: Uruguay, Russia

Group B: Spain, Portugal

Group C: France, Denmark

Group D: Croatia, Argentina

Group E: Brazil, Switzerland

Group F: Sweden, Mexico

Group G: Belgium, England

Group H: Colombia, Japan

Qualified teams from Round of 16 are:

  1. France
  2. Uruguay
  3. Russia
  4. Croatia
  5. Brazil
  6. Belgium
  7. Sweden
  8. England

The quarterfinal matches will be as follows and we have given our prediction for the whole knockout stages.

Quarter-Finals Predictions

6 July Match 57 1st QF: Uruguay vs France Uruguay has 60% win chances
Match 58 2nd QF: Brazil vs Belgium Brazil has 65% win chances
7 July Match 59 3rd QF: Sweden vs England England has 70% win chances
Match 60 4th QF: Russia vs Croatia Croatia has 60% win chances

Semi-Finals Predictions

10 July Match 61 1st SF: France vs Belgium France has 60% win chances
11 July Match 62 2nd SF: Croatia vs England Croatia has 53% win chances

Third Place Prediction

14 July Match 63 3rd Place: Belgium vs England Belgium has 55% win chances

Final Prediction

15 July Match 64 Final: France vs Croatia France has 54% win chances

What are your thoughts on these 2018 fifa world cup games predictions? Which match do you think will be the most exciting game of the competition? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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