No African team will qualify from the 2022 World Cup group stages
A study based on a mathematical model created at Oxford University includes predictions for the men’s FIFA World Cup, which starts this weekend in Qatar.
It also predicts that Brazil and Belgium will face off in the tournament’s championship game, with the South Americans winning.
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African nations with teams competing in the World Cup include Ghana, Cameroon, Tunisia, Senegal, and Morocco.
- Ghana is in Group H with South Korea, Portugal, Uruguay, and (Portugal, Uruguay to qualify).
- Senegal is in Group A alongside hosts Qatar, the Netherlands, and Ecuador (Netherlands, Ecuador to qualify).
- Tunisia is in Group D with France, Australia, and Denmark (France, Denmark to qualify).
- Morocco will compete in Group F together Belgium, Croatia, and Canada (Belgium and Croatia must qualify), whereas Cameroon will compete in Group G alongside Brazil, Switzerland, and Serbia (Switzerland and Brazil to qualify).
Joshua Bull, an Oxford Mathematics scholar, developed a model that predicts, among other things, that Wales will be eliminated during the group round.
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Since 2018, every first-team international game has been the subject of the model’s analysis of team rating data from http://eloratings.net, the post added.
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