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The algorithm that could predict the World Cup winner?

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Yearly football publication Season Annual co-founders Charlie Sims and Sam T Smith worked on the design and data for the predictor, while the website was designed and coded by Barney Jeffries at Bright White Space. The WC2018 predictor has been created using an algorithm based on data which combines a team’s World Cup history along with its competitive form coming into the tournament. It takes eight fields of data into consideration: these include win percentage, and a team’s average goal

 

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