On Friday, June 18, England will meet Scotland at Wembley stadium in the UEFA European Football Championship.
Fans of both teams will have their own predictions on the outcome of the game, but is there a proven way of being able to predict the score of a football match before it is played?
A group of students at Manchester Met think there is. We speak to them and ask them to reveal their prediction and how they've used applied economics to design a model to predict accurate outcomes of any football game.
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