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The PRAVDA.Ru forecast of the World Cup results. We invite our readers to bet

Already December 5, last year, just after the casting of lots, PRAVDA.Ru published its forecast of the 2002 World Football Championship’ results. It is clear that, at that time, our publication was not noted by the readers, a too much time remained to the championship.

This is why we decided now to give the spoon at dinner-time. We propose that PRAVDA.Ru readers participate in discussing the forecast that was made more than 5 months ago. The reader can also propose his own forecast. So far, the main piece of news is that, for the third place, Russia and Portugal will play each other . As a whole, the final games of the championship will look in this way: Semi-final: Argentina - Russia Italy - Portugal

Finals: Argentina – Russia Italy – Portugal

While the final will be: Argentina – Italy

Champion - Italy

For more information, you can read our December publication: &to=http://english.pravda.ru/sport/2001/12/05/22984.html' target=_blank>SERGEY FILATOV: WORLD FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2002. PRAVDA.RU GIVES ITS FORECAST

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