B/R Experts' World Cup Predictions: Champions Spain out to Make Their Mark

Alex LivieFeatured ColumnistJune 13, 2014

Bleacher Report's experts were keen not to rest on the laurels of their efforts of last season, so they will go into battle for the whole of the World Cup.

Each game will feature a score prediction and a Man of the Match selection (decision will be based on FIFA's official Man of the Match).

The predictions are below, and you will be able to chart their success—or lack thereof—for the rest of the tournament on our weekly scoreboard.

Post your own picks on Twitter and include @br_uk. Anyone who gets all scorelines and the Man of the Match awards correct will get a Bleacher Report goody bag.

 

B/R Expert Picks
(One point for correct result, three points for correct scoreline and two points for correct Man of the Match.)

GamesDimond
Alex
Dimond
Matchett
Karl
Matchett
Tighe
Sam
Tighe
Tidey
Will
Tidey
Cummings
Michael
Cummings
Mexico vs. Cameroon
(5 p.m. BST)
Mexico
2-1
1-1Mexico
2-1
1-1Mexico
2-1
Mexico vs. Cameroon
(Man of the Match)
Oribe PeraltaDos SantosDos SantosPeraltaHector Herrera
Spain vs. Netherlands
(8 p.m. BST)
Spain
1-0
Spain
2-1
Spain
1-0
Spain
1-0
1-1
Spain vs. Netherlands
(Man of the Match)
IniestaIniestaIniestaIniestaSergio Ramos
Chile vs. Australia
(11 p.m. BST)
Chile
2-1
Chile
2-0
Chile
3-0
Chile
3-1
Chile
2-0
Chile vs. Australia
(Man of the Match)
Eduardo VargasAlexis SanchezEduardo VargasArturo VidalArturo Vidal
Current Overall Points
13611

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