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What’s Your Prediction for the Final?

world cup trophy 600x450 Whats Your Prediction for the Final?

It should be a classic final on Sunday at 2pm ET. But my concern about France is their lack of goals from open play. Italy, on the other hand, need to rely on Toni or Totti to hit the net.

My prediction: Italy 1-0 France. What’s yours?


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4 Responses to What’s Your Prediction for the Final?

  1. Andrew says:

    Italy will win – The obvious difference between teams is the goalkeeper. One is a class act. The other is Barthez.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I forecast that several of the Italian players will do down, both during the game and afterwards…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I forecast that several of the Italian players will go down, both during the game and afterwards…

  4. Rampart says:

    0-0, Italy wins on penalty kicks.

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