Who will win the World Cup?

by Jenny on July 1, 2014 Comments Off on Who will win the World Cup?

The Power Rank specializes in adjusting for strength of schedule in ranking teams. The international soccer / football rankings use a 4 year window of matches. These rankings give win, loss and tie probabilities for a soccer match.

Chartball turns data into beautiful graphics and interactive visuals. The area of the circles are proportional to the likelihood that a team advances through different rounds of the playoffs.

Who will win the World Cup? Power Rank

Probability of winning each series,
visualized by Chartball.com


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