sport news Can you predict who is going to win the World Cup? Try MailSport's Pick'Em ... trends now

sport news Can you predict who is going to win the World Cup? Try MailSport's Pick'Em ... trends now
sport news Can you predict who is going to win the World Cup? Try MailSport's Pick'Em ... trends now

sport news Can you predict who is going to win the World Cup? Try MailSport's Pick'Em ... trends now

Can YOU pick the winner of the World Cup? Will one of the big guns triumph in Qatar or could a smaller team take the top prize? Show your footballing knowledge (and beat your mates!) in our EASY predictor

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It's the question on everybody's lips... just who is going to win the World Cup

England fans remain unconvinced by Gareth Southgate's Three Lions after under-par performances against Italy and Germany in the Nations League, but despite their recent poor results they travel to Qatar as strong contenders to end their 56-year wait for a second triumph. 

Brazil, meanwhile, are the bookies' favourites to win the tournament for a sixth time while questions persist over the reigning world champions, France, after they narrowly escaped relegation from their Nations League group. 

And now, as fans across the world pick their favourites, dark horses and surprise packages among the minnows, SofaScore has raised the stakes in the pre-tournament discussion with an exciting predictor game - and it's FREE! 

SofaScore, who will be providing detailed statistical data for fans to view on Sportsmail and their own website throughout the tournament, have launched the Pick'Em game, where fans can predict the outcome of every single group and knockout game in Qatar. 

HERE'S THE PICK'EM... Play NOW or scroll down for full instructions

Show off your expert football knowledge and have a go at our World Cup predictor!

Show off your expert football knowledge and have a go at our World Cup predictor! 

Despite their poor form in the Nations League, England are still among the favourites to win it

Despite their poor form in the Nations League, England are still

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