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World Cup 2014 Predictions: Who Will Win the 2014 World Cup?

World Cup 2014 Predictions: Who Will Win the 2014 World Cup?

Ranker.com a platform that produces thousands of crowdsourced answers to opinion-based questions, has collected over 7,000 votes on “Who Will Win the 2014 World Cup?

Here are the current rankings:

Who Will Win the 2014 World Cup?
1. Germany
2. Brazil
3. Spain
4. Argentina
5. Italy
6. Portugal
7. Netherlands
8. Belgium
9. France
10. England

So what country will win the 2014 World Cup? We won't know that answer until July 13, but you can vote on who you think will take home the holy grail of trophies here: Who Will Win the 2014 World Cup?

About Ranker
Ranker.com, a Quantcast Top 200 destination doing 250 million + monthly pageviews, collects millions of monthly user opinions that have been independently validated to predict real world outcomes such as retail food sales, movie box office receipts, and celebrity mortality. Ranker has built out a platform for crowdsourcing the most credible answers (validated against traditional polling) to a broad selection of opinion-based questions. Additionally, Ranker’s technology powers polls on over 2000 websites via a distributed widget.

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