Tens of thousands of simulations proved no use for banks trying to predict the outcome of the World Cup -- with one exception.
From Pepe to Neymar and Diego Costa, this World Cup has been rife with tactical fouling, crowding of referees and some appalling interpretations of the term ‘defending’. It seemed only right then that we rewarded these notorious underhand tactics with a look at some of the most disagreeable sides in the tournament.
Celtic duo Mikael Lustig and Cristian Gamboa have impressed for Sweden and Costa Rica respectively at the World Cup.
Hector Herrera called the shots in midfield as Mexico saw off Germany in their World Cup opener, and he could be a perfect signing for Everton.
West Ham United are expected to bring in defensive reinforcements during the summer, and Australia's Trent Sainsbury could be a perfect signing.
Amr Warda replaced Mohamed Salah in Egypt's starting XI for their World Cup opening clash against Uruguay, and West Ham should surely think seriously about making a move for him.
Newcastle United are in need of a striker and Serbia's Aleksandar Prijovic could be their answer.
Julian Brandt beat Leroy Sane to a spot in Germany's 23-man World Cup squad and would be a great signing for Everton.
We’re taking a look at which 23 man squads are worth the most money based on their players current estimated market value.
There seems to be an awful lot of doom and gloom around England these days, and I don’t really go in for it myself. Sure, the so-called Golden Generation never got any further than the Quarter-Finals, but so what? When your club side is down in the dumps, you don’t toss them to one side and boast of how you are no longer interested in them.
West Bromwich Albion defender Ahmed Hegazi has to impress at the summer World Cup in order to keep his Premier League dream alive.
Liverpool wide man Sadio Mane is looking forward to taking Senegal far at the World Cup.
Deutsche Bank called it Project Dastan, a Persian word for the kind of ornate oral histories that are common across Central Asia, including heroic tales of resistance to Russian occupation.