What does the economy predict has to do with the qualification of the World Cup winner? Much if you listen to the Swiss bank UBS. In the 2006 World Cup, economists and analysts at Wealth Management Research at UBS used a statistical model that enabled them to predict market trends and investment decisions and applied it to the prediction of the World Cup winner.
They have rightly predicted Italy will be the champion. They also managed to get six out of eight quarterfinalists. Their success also includes the correct prediction of three of the four semifinalists. The UBS model is a purely quantitative analysis, and the criteria used are past results, home & team benefits & quot; strength. Now we'll talk about the model: For the past performance so far seven states have won the championship. (Brazil five times, Italy four times, Germany three times, Argentina and Uruguay twice, France and England one by one). So, according to UBS, if you choose one of these seven teams, it seems to be a safe bet.
As far as the domestic advantage is concerned, one third of the world cups has been won by the host country. Now: [GMT] Time is a gentle winter in South Africa and it seems that the host country can not have the climate advantage. This is similar to African people in the final.
# Some matches will be played at events at high altitude. This is a clear advantage for the host and teams of South America like Brazil.
# At each tournament there is speculative judges favoring the home team. Will there be a lot of controversial calls that help the host?
# This is the World Championship in Africa, many wonder if some African country will cross the group for the first time in the quarterfinals for the first time. In each tournament, there will always be a team that will be a surprise package. Will this team come from Africa? [#19659002] # And finally, there is this syndrome "outside Europe". So far, every World Cup has won either a European team or a South American side. No European team won out of the comfort of its own continent. Now in South Africa, many experts believe that South American teams will have the so-called " Field advantage.
As for team strength UBS took FIFA ranking and bookmakers into account & # 39; outlook.
So, which UBS team took over as WC WC Champion 2010? Brazil.
Well, your deal is just as good as the team will win. My trusted crystal ball says it's Spain.
In every World Cup, betting wise, this is a real challenge. The tournament is held every four years and the qualification ends months before the ball hits the first match of the finals. During that time, a lot can change in the soccer world.
World Cup means a patriotic grid that comes into play. We all have passionate feelings for a particular team or a specific player who will determine our decision.
In the final there are 32 teams and technically there are 32 potential winners. It is interesting to note some of the features of these teams:
* Some teams have a good strike section with firearms but is missing everywhere.
* Some teams have great talent, but they have ludicrous coaches. Some are perceived as perennial shortcomings such as Spain and England, which are dimmed on the big stage.
* Some tournament teams like Germany and Italy may be underrated in the finals, but they can break the results. So this is according to past performances.
* Experts were expecting Spain to win the last two World Cups – but they never had. England will win it every time in English – but never.
And there are some interesting statistics:
# There is no team that has been successfully defending the toilet for a long time. Would Italy win 2006 be an exception? But Italy has an old team and may not be expected to last until the end. It's easier to get to the top, but it's much harder to stay there!
# Only one in the last 21 group games has WC-host lost, so would South Africa be a surprise package? Why Spain Won  With one loss in the last 46 games, Spain has come to South Africa as one of the best teams. They are favorites to raise the World Cup on July 11th. They are ahead of Brazil in the eyes of bookmakers and pundits. Spain (1st place) in Group H against Chile (17th), Switzerland (18th) and Honduras (38th).
In the past, media have called it "multi-year-old subordinates" in the past. But their fans' faith could be justified this time after they have completely turned their corner after winning the Euro 2008. They were building on this success and afterwards they won all their WC WC qualification games for 2010, the first team to achieve such a record, Talents
Spain is a team of polished jewels. They are praised by Italian Fernando Torres and David Villa in front, Xavi and Andres Iniesta, Xabi Alonso and Cesc Fabregas in the middle, Carles Puyol and Gerrard Pique on the back, and Iker Casillas on goal. The European champion who looks seemingly frightening piles.
They are complex with elite players in Europe like Barcelona and Real Madrid. The team is so deep that even the impressive Arsenal Captain Fabregas, who many consider to be one of the best middleweight players around, has to warm up the bench as a substitute.
A well-balanced team is needed to achieve consistency for such a high-level tournament. Look at Argentina. The hope of the whole nation lies on the shoulders of the young Messiah. But Messi does not work for his country as it does for Barcelona because he does not have a midfield tennis player like Xavi and Iniesta behind him to pull the wires. And I leave the manager of Argentina myself.
The Spanish team is significantly unchanged from the Euro 2008 team. Joint gaming for years can only encourage a better understanding of the field. Today, Spain is pouring peace and confidence. The web of crown crowns makes you such things. Injury
Of course, injury is a concern, but that is the same for every team. Torres and Fabregas have failed to play the end of the league due to injury. To look at the bright side, it could actually be a blessing in disguise because they are completely resting on the World Cup.
Spain has a deep team with relatively capable substitutions. There are not one or two men like the Coast Guard relying on Drogba. If injuries are inflicted on players, any team will suffer as Rooney for England, Lucio and Kaka for Brazil, Messi for Argentina, Sneijder for the Netherlands, etc. Serious injuries are disasters for each team.
To be ranked number 1 and as hot favorites, expectations are high. Will Spain break under pressure?
Much was made of their 2-0 defeat in the US Confederation semifinal in June last year. Without losing, they finished their 35 points. Some said that Spain caught the pressure in that match because they wanted to break the Brazilian 35 games without loss. To many, it is considered a great weakness to get down to pressure.
Many teams missed the game so they should win. The most important thing is to learn a lesson from loss. I believe that the Spanish really learned a valuable lesson. They have not lost since then. Psychologists often emphasize that half the battle wins in the head. Mental Strength
Unfortunately, Spain has an unwanted sign of a multi-year choker on the big stage. In the past, when it goes hard, they disappeared. But now all players have promised to know they are their greatest enemy and have developed greater self-confidence.
There is a great threat of complacency when faced with the characters of Honduras, Chile and Switzerland. I am convinced that with an experienced coach in del Bosque players will know without exception that the second round is not formal. Security and over-trust are divided by a very fine line. The last thing you will think is that they have already won the match even before the ball is hit. Some have said that the way to win Spain follows the Jose Mourinho tactic, which Inter Milan managed where almost all failed to hit Barcelona from the European Union. The Champions League. The tactic is that the defense players are deep in their own half, absorbing them by pushing them and switching to a quick counterattack to achieve the result. Well, I'm not sure there could be another "Special".
If Spain holds its head, it will win the 2010 World Cup. If not, it simply helps.