Stats reveal Ghana’s chance of winning the World Cup among 32 qualified countries

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An analysis by sports statistics firm, Opta, has revealed that the Black Stars of Ghana have less than 1 percent chance of winning the World Cup in Qatar. 

The West African football powerhouse’s chance of winning the Mundial is only 0.02%, which places them above Tunisia, Morocco, Canada, Cameroon, Saudi Arabia and Costa Rica.

Meanwhile, world champions France sit top with a 17.93% of retaining their title while five-time champions Brazil sit second with a 15.73% chance.

Spain completes the top three with 11.53% probability.

Meanwhile, the team with the highest chance in Ghana’s group is Portugal with 5.11% followed by Uruguay with 1.48% chance. South Korea sit 21st on the raking with a probability of 0.35% chance.

The Black Stars of Ghana qualified for the FIFA World Cup after edging Nigeria in the playoffs in March, and will begin their Group H campaign with a blockbuster game against Portugal.

They will next play South Korea before Uruguay to complete their three group matches.

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