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This Morning's Marcus the pig predicts England will beat Croatia to make it to the World Cup final

OK! Wednesday, 11 July 2018
This Morning's Marcus the pig predicts England will beat Croatia to make it to the World Cup finalThis Morning: Phillip Schofield announced that they were depending on Marcus the pig to predict England's victory [ITV] Marcus the pig has predicted that England will make it through to the World Cup final when they beat Croatia. Ahead of the highly anticipated semi-final match which will see Gareth Southgate's team take to the pitch in Moscow, This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby told viewers that they were bringing Marcus back to determine England's ...
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