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2014 FIFA World Cup Expert Picks: Semifinals

Germany has done well so far, but can they keep it up against the host country? ("Balls of Fury," 2007)

The final four teams in the World’s most prestigious soccer tournament are ready to duke it out. Perennial powerhouses Brazil and Germany start the round off, to be followed by last World Cup’s runner-up Netherlands taking on Argentina.

With Brazil and Germany being ranked third and second in the world respectively, that should be a good game. And Netherlands vs Argentina should have plenty of intrigue as well. In that respect, neither game’s winner was unanimously picked. Even the scores of the game had differences in predictions.

As before, choosing the winner of each game is worth two points, while picking the goals scored by each team is worth one point.

So check below for everyone’s predictions, and come back once the Finals are set for the results.

Name John KC Nick B Nick G
Brazil vs
Germany
Winner Brazil Brazil Germany Germany
Brazil
Goals
1 2 1 1
Germany
Goals
0 1 3 2
Netherlands vs
Argentina
Winner Netherlands Argentina Argentina Argentina
Netherlands
Goals
1 0 0 2
Argentina
Goals
0 1 2 3
Total Points 43 54 38 51

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