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Euro Cup predictions – ag style – Part II

Euro Cup predictions – ag style – Part II

Using ag data to predict the winners of the last three groups

By Diego Flammini
Staff Writer
Farms.com

Soccer fans around the world are gearing up for Friday’s start of the 2020 Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) European Championships, also known as the UEFA Euro Cup.

The tournament was originally scheduled to be played in June and July of last year but rescheduled because of the pandemic.

Fans and analysts are submitting tournament brackets, and Farms.com is no different.

Farms.com will determine the group and knockout stage winners using available ag data.

Countries where agriculture is a higher percentage of its overall GDP will move onto the second round of the tournament and so on.

Earlier in the week, Farms.com looked at Groups A, B and C.

This article will focus on Groups D, E and F.

All figures are from 2019 and in $USD unless otherwise noted.

Group D

Countries

GDP in 2019

Ag Percentage of GDP

 

England

£2.17 trillion

0.61 percent

Winners of Group D

Croatia

$60.75 billion

2.78 percent

 

Scotland

£168 billion

About 1 percent

Advances to knockout stage

Czech Republic

$250.7 billion

2.5 percent

 

 

 

 

Group E

 

 

 

Winners of Group E

Spain

$1.39 trillion

2.65 percent

 

Sweden

$530.9 billion

1.44 percent

Advances as third-place team

Poland

$595.9 billion

2.15 percent

Advances to knockout stage

Slovakia

$105.1 billion

2.53 percent

 

 

 

 

Group F

 

 

 

Winners of Group F

Hungary

$163.5 billion

3.47 percent

Advances to knockout stage

Portugal

$238.8 billion

2.07 percent

Advances as third-place team

France

$2.716 trillion

1.6 percent

 

Germany

$3.861 trillion

0.72 percent

Be sure to check back tomorrow when Farms.com will publish its ag-related Euro Cup bracket to determine the tournament champions!


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