Will Spain or England Win the Euro 2024 Final? Here’s What the Supercomputer Says!

According to AI, the winner of Sunday’s match against Spain will wear red and win the trophy again after twelve years…



If you follow the European Football Championship, you probably already know that Spain has reached the final. After coming back from a disadvantage, they beat France 2-1. At the start of the tournament, the Iberians were not among the favourites. But they managed to make history by winning their first six matches. They are currently within touching distance of glory if they beat the winner of the England-Netherlands match, England.

As for the result, artificial intelligence has something to add, just like the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The Sportskeeda portal was tasked with asking an artificial intelligence what will be the result of the final held next Sunday. In a recent publication, members of the media portal collected all the data shared by the Opta supercomputer. The unit indicated that Spain has a 53.51% chance of reaching the final. Surprisingly, this prediction has already come true, which is why many Spanish fans started celebrating the computer’s analysis.


Will Spain or England win the final?!


According to the supercomputer, Spain’s opponent in the final will be England. He gives the British team a 51.51% chance of advancing. As justification for their data, the portal indicates that they gave the artificial intelligence a series of data that helped it better calculate the ratios. Since last night we know that the latter prediction has also come true.

So, with Spain being the only team to have won every match, England beating Slovakia in extra time and knocking Switzerland out on penalties, the supercomputer has no doubts.

For Opta, the winner of the European Championship will be Spain. Should this happen, the Iberians would win their fourth intercontinental tournament. They would return as tournament winners after twelve years, having last won it in 2012, after doing the same in 2008 and winning the World Cup in 2010. Either way, Spain has already qualified, and it is not yet known who their opponents will be in the final, which will be played in Berlin on Sunday, 14 July, at 9 pm CET.

Source: Sportskeeda

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