With the draw for the Brazil 2014 Soccer World Cup over, we have updated our 2014 World Cup Spreadsheet.
As with the other prediction spreadsheets we have created for sport events, you will be able to enter your scores for the qualifying rounds and see who is going to make the last 16 and, perhaps more importantly, who they will end up playing.
Another feature is the teams FIFA rankings so that you can see the relative rank of the teams when they play each other . The spreadsheet will also automatically update the actual scores once the World Cup has started.
We have 2 versions of the spreadsheet.
If you have any questions or suggestions please email us
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