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World Cup 2022: No African team will qualify from group stages – Reports



A New report published by Oxford University is predicting that no African team at the World Cup will progress beyond the group stages.
The report based on the Oxford mathematical model predicts route to the men’s FIFA World Cup which kicks off this weekend in Qatar.

It also predicts that the final of the tournament will be between Brazil and Belgium with the South Americans expected to prevail.
Africa’s representatives at the World Cup include Ghana, Cameroon, Tunisia, Senegal, and Morocco.

Ghana is in Group H along with Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea (Portugal, and Uruguay qualify). Senegal is in Group A with Netherlands, and Ecuador and hosts Qatar (Netherlands, and Ecuador to qualify). Tunisia is in Group D with Australia, Denmark, and France (France, and Denmark to qualify).

Morocco is in Group F with Belgium, Croatia, and Canada (Belgium, and Croatia to qualify) whiles Cameroon will take on Brazil, Switzerland, and Serbia in Group G (Switzerland and Brazil to qualify).

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