Supercomputer predicts England vs France game and names eventual 2022 World Cup winner

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England will beat France and reach the 2022 World Cup final – a supercomputer has predicted.

BetVictor’s 2022 World Cup Predictor has been updated ahead of the quarter-finals, which begins today (December 9) when Brazil face Croatia at the Education City Stadium.

England will face current world champions France tomorrow, hoping to make the semi-final of an international tournament for the third time in a row.

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The Three Lions had previously gone 22 years without making the final four of a major competition, but have been one of the most impressive teams of the tournament so far.

England will face current world champions France tomorrow, hoping to make the semi-final of an international tournament for the third time in a row.England will face current world champions France tomorrow, hoping to make the semi-final of an international tournament for the third time in a row.
England will face current world champions France tomorrow, hoping to make the semi-final of an international tournament for the third time in a row.

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This tournament will likely be the last for Croatia's captain, talisman and all-time greatest player Luka Modrić. The 2018 Runners-up are predicted to bow out in the last 8, losing 1-0 to Brazil.This tournament will likely be the last for Croatia's captain, talisman and all-time greatest player Luka Modrić. The 2018 Runners-up are predicted to bow out in the last 8, losing 1-0 to Brazil.
This tournament will likely be the last for Croatia's captain, talisman and all-time greatest player Luka Modrić. The 2018 Runners-up are predicted to bow out in the last 8, losing 1-0 to Brazil.

Gareth Southgate’s men, alongside the Netherlands, are the only teams to have not lost a game in Qatar, being the tournament's top goal scorers with 12 goals.

They do however, face one of the toughest tests in world football at the Al Bayt Stadium tomorrow, with Le Blues making an incredibly strong defence of their title.

Spearheaded by the talisman Kylian Mbappé, France topped their group and then comfortably swept aside Poland with a 3-1 win in the round of 16.

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BetVictors supercomputer’s predicted that Saturday's showdown will end 1-1 after extra time, with the Three Lions then winning 4-3 on penalties.

But who does BetVictor’s Predictor think will win the World Cup?