Nobody has a definite answer and nobody can say "this match is the exact equivalent of N1 red balls in a jar, N2 white and N3 red". Everybody makes his own estimate -never mind that those estimates are quite often similar.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Finding the probability of soccer game's results Ask Question. So, in our hand we have: BoxCarRacer 4 1 3. To the close voters: Probability is unquestionably an appropriate topic here, is it just because the question is motivated by soccer? It will be difficult to take into account the for-profit arrangements that are made by professional gamblers. I am not a gambler by the way, I don't bet.
I just interested in predicting the unpredictable. Thanks for the answer. There is something that came to my mind. Can I use joint probability of these values. So if I take the joint probability of these, would it be logical? That will be more meaningful. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. They have also been expected to challenge for some time now, but ended up pretty much with nothing.
The Senegalese only have No Zlatan, no chance. In AccuScore simulations, Sweden falls dead last in their group, with only If the group stage plays out as predicted by AccuScore simulations, most of the big favorites avoid each other in the round of For example, if Portugal and Spain trade places, either Spain or Uruguay would be out after the first knockout stage.
According to simulations, the first playoff stage won't yield any surprises. Namely Russia, Denmark and Croatia. If AccuScore group stage simulations are in fact gospel, here are the pairs for the Round of As we all know penalties in football can be tricky, but in general the better team wins. Argentina and Spain have the easiest task ousting Denmark and Russia respectively, while Germany and Colombia have tough time against Serbia and England. Moving forward in the knockout stage, we finally get some surprising results.
One of the biggest favorites, France will take on Uruguay and the South Americans prevail with around 60 percent probability. Other pairs finish up with similar numbers, with Brazil beating Belgium, Germany sending Colombia home and Argentina besting Spain.
When only the top four remain, the games get tougher and tougher. In the all South American final, it is Argentina against Brazil. One of the most interesting games inside the games is the winner of the Golden Boot, given to the best goal scorer of the tournament. Even if the finalists' teams play eight games, rarely has a a player scored more than five or six goals. Neymar is back with a bang and has looked amazing.