A World Cup supercomputer has done its calculations and has put out how the World Cup will go in Qatar 2022.
With the FIFA World Cup set for November 20, the eyes of the world will be on Qatar and the opening match between the host nation and Ecuador.
Qatar 2022 will be the last 32-team FIFA World Cup before the new format that will debut in USA-Mexico-Canada 2026. As is customary before the start of any tournament, many scientists, mascots, animals and supercomputers produce their predictions for the tournament.
In this case, BCA Research recently conducted an experiment by placing all relevant data into a supercomputer and obtained a specific World Cup final.
Supercomputer predicts Argentina – Portugal World Cup final
The supercomputer gave soccer fans their wildest dreams of a Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo World Cup final as Argentina would face Portugal in the big game.
Argentina is in the middle of a 34-game unbeaten streak heading into the World Cup, while Portugal have been hit by injuries and a drop in form of Cristiano Ronaldo. Will the computer get it right?
Using this World Cup Predictor, you can see every potential outcome of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.