Robotinho predicts Women’s World Cup quarter-final results

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Our resident AI football expert Robotinho.Credit: Created with AI

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Once again we turn to our resident AI football expert, Robotinho, to tell us whose dreams will stay alive and whose hearts will be broken as we approach the quarter-finals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Robotinho correctly predicted 11 of the 16 teams that would make it through the group stage and seven of the eight winners in the round of 16 – and who would have thought Sweden would knock out world No.1 and reigning champions USA? Robotinho expected a close one but eventually gave the Americans a slight advantage. It made up for that miss by picking the exact score by which France beat Morocco (4-0).

The Matildas remain in the competition and will face France on Saturday night, just three wins from glory. Can they go all the way? How will the other matches play out? Only time will tell but, in the meantime, here’s what Robotinho has to say about it.

Spain vs. Netherlands:
Prediction: Netherlands win 2-1

The Netherlands’ solid group stage performance and their ability to withstand tough opposition indicate their strength. While Spain is formidable, the Dutch team’s offensive prowess and tactical approach could lead them to victory.

Japan vs. Sweden:
Prediction: Japan win 1-0

Japan’s technical finesse and experience could be an advantage against Sweden. Their ability to control the tempo of the game and exploit defensive gaps might give them the edge in this closely contested match.

England vs. Colombia:
Prediction: England win 3-0

England’s consistency and experience should play a significant role against Colombia. While Colombia has shown promise, England’s organised defence and attacking options are likely to secure them a place in the semi-finals.

Australia vs. France:
Prediction: Australia win 2-1

With the home crowd advantage, Australia’s morale and determination could be key against a strong French side. The fan support, combined with Australia’s attacking talents, might lead to an upset, despite France’s dominance in the group stage.

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