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Stars aligned for England win?

2014-05-29 12:41
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England skipper Steven Gerrard. (AP)
Cape Town - It has been written in the stars, England's Three Lions soccer team will emerge victorious at the 2014 Soccer World Cup.

England have not won the Soccer World Cup since taking home the crown in 1966. However, fate is on their side this time around.

You only have to look at what occurred in the soccer world in 1966 to realise that it's England's turn to take home soccer's biggest prize.

The following occurred in 1966:

La Liga - Atletico Madrid
European Cup - Real Madrid
Fulham relegated
1966 was the last time a team came back from 2-0 down to win the FA Cup
England won the Soccer World Cup

So far in 2014...

La Liga - Atletico Madrid
European Cup - Real Madrid
Fulham relegated
Arsenal came back from 2-0 down to win the FA Cup

Leading SA bookmakers BetFlash have England at 25/1 to lift the trophy...

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