QBE supercomputer predicts 6 Nations win for Ireland but Grand Slam looks unlikely
Catastrophe planners at QBE Business Insurance have used a complex mathematical formula and computer model to make Ireland clear favourites to win the Guinness Six Nations tournament with England and Wales some way behind in second and third place.
The formula has been used to simulate the tournament 10,000 times producing outcomes from 150,000 games and the experts have concluded that Ireland are clear favourites with a 42% chance of winning this year’s tournament. England have a 28% chance and Wales a 24% chance of taking the glory.
To read the full article from QBE Senior Media Relations Manager Sandra Villanueva, click the link below…..
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