EURO 2020

Supercomputer Predicts Shocking Euro 2020 Winner

Mudeet Arora
Euro 2020 predictions by a supercomputer
Euro 2020 predictions by a supercomputer / Rob Pinney/Getty Images

A simulation of the upcoming Euro 2020 tournament has been done on a supercomputer and it has thrown up some pretty intriguing results with England suffering semi-final heartbreak once again.

According to a supercomputer which was fed information by the football experts at Sportradar, shockingly prredicted the Czech Republic to win the Euro. (h/t Mirror)

The simulation saw England winning all three of their group games as they beat Croatia, Scotland and Czech Republic 5-2, 1-0 and 2-1 respectively.

The Three Lions then would face Fraance in the last-16 with England winning the game 3-1. After that, England defeat Poland 3-2 in the quarter-final before coming up against Denmark in the semi-final.

The Danish outfit end up beating England as they suffer yet another semi-final heartbreak.

This means that the Euro 2020 final as predicted by the supercomputer will see Czech Republic taking on and winning against Denmark as we continue to look in disbelief at a tournament that none of us saw coming.

The results are pretty far-fetched, but just imagine if this actually happens.

Meanwhile, another online predictor has handed out % changes of countries winning the Euro,

The Analyst's Stats Perform Predictor is giving England a mere 5.2% chance of winning the European Championships for the first time, on home soil.

France are the favourites with 20.5%, with Belgium (15.7%) & Spain (11.3%) in second and third respectively. Germany (9.8%), Portugal (9.6%), Italy (7.6%) and the Netherlands (5.6%) make up the top seven with Denmark eighth and England ninth!

England will open their Euro 2020 campaign against Croatia, the team who knocked them out of the World Cup three years ago, on June 12.