Who Will Win Fifa 2018 – Prediction

June 14, 2018

Fifa world cup 2018 has started today and so its predictions. I have done some research and compared the strengths and weakness of teams and came to this hypothetical simulation that which team will win the title.


Champions: France (2nd title)
Third place: 
Fourth Place: 

I know many of you disagree with me and support your team. Share your simulation in comment box

Knockout Plan Fifa 2018

So today I’m going to do a total simulation of the tournament here. If you want to run your own simulation after reading my answer, I’ll provide a link below.


Russia draws with Saudi Arabia in the opening match, while Uruguay defeat the Egyptians and take three points. Uruguay goes on to destroy Saudi Arabia, while Egypt overcomes the hosts. Uruguay top the group with 9 points after eliminating Russia in their final group game, while Egypt finishes second after a win over the Saudi team.

Portugal narrowly overcomes Spain, while the Iranians win against Morocco. Portugal and Spain win their next two group games, leaving Iran and Morocco in the dust.

France obliterate Australia, while the Danes emerge victorious against Peru. France and Denmark win their next two games, and Peru, while eliminated, celebrates a victory over the Aussies.

Argentina beats newcomers Iceland in their first World Cup match, while Croatia lose to African heavyweights Nigeria. Argentina draws level with Croatia in a tight match, and the Super Eagles end Iceland’s winning streak. Argentina defeats Nigeria and tops the group with the Nigerians in second, as Croatia sends Iceland home without winning a match.

The mighty Brazil defeat the Swiss, while Costa Rica wins against Serbia. Brazil goes on to dominate the Costa Ricans in their next match, while Switzerland and Serbia tie. Brazil tops the group with a victory over Serbia, and Switzerland beats Costa Rica.

This is the real group of death. Defending champions Germany triumph over Mexico, while Sweden opens their World Cup campaign with a win over South Korea. Germany beats Sweden in their second match, and Mexico eliminate South Korea with a victory. Germany defeat South Korea and win all their group games, while Mexico very tightly manages to qualify against Sweden, either through a win or a draw depending on goal difference.

Belgium defeat debutants Panama, while England crushes Tunisia in their first match. Belgium easily cruises past Tunisia, while England draw level with Panama. Belgium goes on to top the group after a draw with England, and Panama overcomes Tunisia but doesn’t make it to the Round of 16.

Poland beat Senegal, while Colombia take down the Japanese. Poland and Colombia tie, while Japan beats Senegal. Poland and Colombia secure their spots in the knockout stage after defeating Senegal and Japan.


This is a very close and tight match, but two-time winners Uruguay advance to the Quarter-Finals after extra time.

The Super Eagles just aren’t good enough for the French, who beat them after 90 minutes and head to the Quarter-Finals.

A close match between Brazil and Mexico, with Neymar and co. coming out on top and securing a place for Brazil in the last eight.

This match goes to penalties, where Belgium ultimately triumphs over Los Cafeteros, and advance to their second consecutive Quarter-Final.

European champions Portugal led by Ronaldo take out Egypt, and advance to the top eight for the first time since 2006.

Defending champions Germany defeat their European neighbors, who put up a good fight against the four-time winners.

Messi and his team qualify for the Quarter-Finals after defeating a strong Danish team in extra-time, taking Argentina to the last eight.

England take an early lead in this game, but a strong Polish team equalizes and beats the Three Lions to head to the last eight for the first time in 36 years.


Les Bleus overcome opposition from Uruguay, to head to the semi-final. I’m guessing something controversial happens with Uruguay this match.

A showdown between the two best players in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, goes all the way to penalties where Euro champions Portugal advance to the final four.

Brazil ultimately triumphs over Belgium after a tight match going to ET, with both teams playing good football and Belgium putting up a great fight. Brazil advance to the semi-final for the second consecutive tournament.

Germany wins against a good Polish team, who just weren’t strong enough to take down an industrial German powerhouse, advancing to a fifth consecutive semi-final.


In a heartbreak for the Brazilians, they are eliminated by France after extra time. Les Bleus head to their third World Cup final.

Defending champions Germany seek to extend their grip on the World Cup, as they push Portugal out of the way and head to a second final against strong European rivals France.


The two Portuguese-speaking countries face off for the third-place medal, but the Brazilians redeem themselves and seize bronze after defeating Portugal.


Here we are. Two strong European teams reach the World Cup final, including the defending champions. After scoring a goal each, the teams head to extra time. It’s a strong and fierce fight, but the French come on top and win their second FIFA World Cup title.

Champions: France (2nd title)
Third place: 
Fourth Place: 

Golden Ball: Neymar
Golden Boot: Romelu Lukaku

So what do you think? Do you agree? Do you disagree? If you want to run your own simulation, try it here- World Cup 2018 Predictor

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