Supercomputer predicts World Cup 2022 winners after quarter-finals… will Messi finally get his hands on the top prize? | The Sun

FRANCE have been tipped to win the 2022 World Cup by beating Argentina in the final.

Les Bleus made it to the semi-finals after dumping England out last week with a controversial 2-1 victory in the quarter-finals.

The Tricolores will take on this year's unlikeliest giant slayers Morocco, who became the first ever African nation to make it to the last four by eliminating Belgium, Spain and Portugal in the process.

Argentina, on the other hand, face another underdog in Croatia, who eliminated World Cup favourites Brazil in the quarter-finals.

According to BonusCodeBets, the Albiceleste and the reigning world champions will both make it through and meet in the final at the Lusail Stadium on Sunday.

And France have been tipped to become the third country to win back-to-back World Cup titles after Italy and Brazil.

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The supercomputer prediction has been forecast using a range of informative outright odds markets to formulate how the final fixtures will play out.

According to the findings, Paris Saint-Germain team-mates Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe will lock horns for the grand prize in Qatar.

But Messi's late bid for World Cup glory as Argentina captain will be in vain as Mbappe has been tipped to lead his country to the top of the mountain once more.

A BonusCodeBets spokesperson said: “We will have a classic Argentina vs France final in our hands on the 18th December.

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“Lionel Messi versus Kylian Mbappe, old versus young, Ballon D’or winner versus future Ballon D’or winner, what could go wrong?

“It’s unfortunate for both Morocco and Croatia who will be knocked out against teams who are on another level, but their World Cup journeys have been nothing short of amazing."

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