World Cup 2022: “No African team will qualify from the 2022 World Cup group stage” – Oxford University study

According to recent Oxford University research, no African team will advance beyond the World Cup group stage.

Predictions for the men’s FIFA World Cup, which begins this weekend in Qatar, are included in a study based on an Oxford University mathematical model.

It also predicts that Brazil and Belgium will meet in the tournament final, with the South Americans winning.

Africa’s World Cup teams include Ghana, Cameroon, Tunisia, Senegal, and Morocco.

Oxford University Math Model

Ghana is in Group H, which also includes Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea (Portugal, Uruguay to qualify).

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Senegal is in Group A, alongside the Netherlands, Ecuador, and hosts Qatar (Netherlands, Ecuador to qualify).

Tunisia is in Group D, alongside Australia, Denmark, and France (France, Denmark to qualify).

Morocco is in Group F with Belgium, Croatia, and Canada (Belgium and Croatia must qualify),

while Cameroon is in Group G with Brazil, Switzerland, and Serbia (Switzerland and Brazil to qualify).


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