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World Cup Predictions – England vs. Panama, Japan vs. Senegal, Poland vs. Colombia



On Saturday, Germany scored two goals in the second half to beat Sweden 2-1 and defend the title, while Belgium and Mexico both lost their victories recorded in the last 16.

As far as our experts go, there was a traffic chaos at the top with Gab Marcotti, Alex Pareja, Kenneth Garay and Colin Udoh, all of whom scored 50 points. Each candidate chose the result of all three games correctly, while El Tri's 2-1

against South Korea seemed to be written in the stars.

The second round of group matches comes to an end on Sunday, with the knock-out stages really taking shape. First, England compete against Panama and Mark Ogden of ESPN FC is confident that there will be a comfortable 3-0 victory. ESPN Mexico's Marcelino Hernandez is the only expert who does not count on an England victory, and he says 1-1. ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes it will be a 4-0 success. Former England international Paul Mariner says 2: 0

UPDATE: No one went to 6-1, so everyone gets only 10 points … apart from Marcelino of course!

The next match sees Japan and Senegal go head to head and look back to back. ESPN Deportes' Caro Guillen and ESPN Mexico's John Sutcliffe, however, are trying to spoil the fun and both say it will be the tournament's first 0-0 draw. Ed Dove (Kwese, Africa) says Senegal will win 2-1. A total of six senators and four go for the draw – so there is no support for Japan.

UPDATE: No more correct 2-2 points, but Craig Burley, Ale Moreno, Caro Guillen and John have decided to draw.

At last, Poland and Columbia complete the day. ESPN Colombia's Damian Didonato expects his team to draw 1-1 – including Shaka, Paul, Caro and Ed. Two go to Poland and three to Colombia.

Look at how our experts continued with their predictions for Saturday's games, and remember to join the League of Experts in Match Predictor.

We have our top talents at hand England, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Australia and Africa – many of whom will play for the tournament in Russia – analyze every single one of the 64 games.

We will beat our experts as well as in the Match Predictor – 10 points for the correct result, with a bonus of 20 points to get the score right too. Who will come out on Friday?

ESPN Expert Panel:

ESPN FC: Mark Ogden, Craig Burley, ESPN Colombia: Damian Didonato
ESPN Mexico: John Sutcliffe, Marcelino Hernandez
Kwese, Africa : Ed Dove


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