World Cup Predictions: Where Everyone Agrees

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June 11 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Eric Chemi takes a look at the wide variety of predictions about the World Cup. He speaks with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Been digging through the numbers for us.

Tell us about the variety of predictions out there.

There's a lot of different protections out there.

All of them havef the same bigour t --all four of them have the same big four teams up front.

Everyone can agree on them as the top four.

Starting at fifth place, it changes up with teams like elgin and the netherlands.

What is interesting about the brazil pic is you see that range anywhere from 20% all the way up to 50%. why are all these predictions so where all these predictions so different yet the critics -- why are all these friction so different yet the quick because everyone has different factors.

-- so different?

Because of one has different factors.

The players keep changing every year, so depends on how far you went back to weight the value of different games.

This makes soccer not very printable based on what you just told us.

It is one of the most unpredictable sports because it has such a low score.

When you talk about things that have 0, 1, 2 goals that is what makes it so random.

But over long trend, they work themselves out.

The host country has a big advantage in these world cups.

Latin american teams generally always win latin american hosted world cups, for example.

Eric tammy, who do you believe leave is going -- who do you believe is going to win, based on your analysis echo -- based on your analysis?

Brazil has a 20% chance of

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