After a remarkable 87.5 percent accuracy rate in the round of 16, , AI predictor, is feeling confident.

This is consistent with data-driven reasoning, which hindered his performances during the wild group stages, which led to thrilling upsets. He will therefore be praying for another successful run in the quarterfinals.


Equally Matched Teams

Report has examined more than 200 metrics from games played over the past century, such as the number of victories, goals scored, FIFA rankings, and more, and he can hardly tell the two teams apart. Therefore, it appears that this might be a close match.

News has a slight preference for third-placed Argentina, led by Lionel Messi, to defeat tenacious Netherlands.

Although predictor was unable to predict the outcome, Argentina was famously defeated 2-1 by Saudi Arabia in the group stage. Since then, though, they have defeated Poland, Mexico, and Australia.

At this World Cup, the Netherlands has not yet suffered a loss. Under Louis van Gaal, they have pragmatistic ally played the game of football. They will undoubtedly try to frustrate a strong Argentina team while hoping to score one (or more) goals from the hot-shot Cody Gakpo.

In terms of their history against Argentina, the Dutch are superior. As the third-most played match during the World Cup, predictor has a wealth of data to study. When they last faced off, Argentina prevailed on penalties in the 2014 World Cup.