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Soccer Power Index: Daily update

Explanation of SPI

ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) is a rating system which uses historical data on both the international and club level to predict the outcome of a match. The algorithm uses several years of data, taking into account goals scored and allowed, quality of the lineup fielded, and the location of the match. In addition, SPI weights recent matches more heavily, and also takes into account the importance of the match, so a World Cup match counts much more than a Friendly.

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FIFA cuts ban for 2018-2022 World Cup bid inspector

FIFA president Gianni Infantino expects Russia to stage a successful 2018 World Cup.

A seven-year FIFA ban imposed on the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bid inspector has been cut by four years on appeal.

The original ban imposed on Harold Mayne-Nicholls last year by the FIFA ethics committee was "not proportionate," the football body's appeal panel ruled on Friday.

The former Chile federation president can return to the sport in July 2018.

Mayne-Nicholls was a potential FIFA presidential election contender when his case was opened in 2014. He was sanctioned for requesting gifts and conflicts...

FIFA panel to oversee 'decent working conditions' at Qatar stadiums

Gianni Infantino says FIFA is committed to ensuring decent conditions at Qatar stadium construction sites.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says a monitoring panel will oversee "decent working conditions" at construction of 2022 World Cup stadiums in Qatar.

During his first working visit to Qatar, Infantino says the FIFA-led group will include "relevant sectors of civil society and other relevant FIFA stakeholders."

Qatar is often criticised by rights groups and trade unions for alleged abuses and deaths on construction projects linked to the World Cup since it won hosting rights in 2010.

Last week, a...