Predicting the WFC games in the IFF app is one of the many ways to make the whole WFC experience more fun. Whether you are going for that #1 spot to win your own Unihoc stick or whether you’re in it to beat your friends, it adds a lot of excitement to watching a floorball game.
And if you are anything like me, every year the result is kinda disappointing. Perhaps you missed some games, filled in wrong numbers, made some last-minute changes that you regret (been there) but you never reach a high enough spot. And every year you promise yourself next year you will do better. And this keeps happening, year after year.
Until now. With my help, you will beat all of your friends because I have been looking at historical (H2H) data and past results to make a prediction for each matchup. Every day you will find a prediction of the day that follows where I give a prediction of how many times each team will score and the predicted goal gap.
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Latvia vs Czech Republic
Both teams play their opening match on the second day of the WFC. If we look at the H2H results of the past year we see the following:
Having Czech Republic as the winners is not a very tough bet and 6-8 goals seems like a reasonable estimate. On the other site, we can expect 1-3 goals for Latvia and a difference of 3-6.
Thailand vs Singapore
An Asian brawl is what awaits us on day 2 of the WFC. Thailand and Singapore had ample meetings in the recent past so we have a lot of data to look at. Singapore is the first team in this score list:
Quite a tight match-up and one of the reasons why this group is so incredibly exciting! Singapore won the most recent battles but Thailand the two before them. I expect 4-6 goals for Singapore and 3-5 goals for Thailand with a gap of 1-2.
Finland vs Switzerland
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