FIFA World Cup 2018: Parrot predicts – Japan will lose only in the first match

This 13-year parrot had correctly predicted six out of seven women’s World Cup matches in 2015. In addition, he had correctly predicted five out of seven matches in the Rio Olympics 2016.

Japan will not be able to win its inaugural match in the World Cup, it is a prediction about a parrot who is said to be a right predictor. The gray parrot is named Olivia, and it lives in the Nasu Animal Kingdom in Tochigi, located north of Tokyo.

According to local media, parrots have predicted that Japan will be defeated in their first match of the Group H in the ongoing World Cup in Russia. Olivia is among the many animals who have been predicting in the last few years. According to Japan’s Sankei News, this parrot first gave signs of the draw, but later lifted the flag of Columbia.

Nozomi Okinawa, who oversees this zoo, said, “Hopefully this time his prediction is wrong. The parrot was hovering around for a while, so this would be a close match. ‘

This 13-year parrot had correctly predicted six out of seven women’s World Cup matches in 2015. In addition, he had correctly predicted five out of seven matches in the Rio Olympics 2016.

A couple of lions have also agreed to Olivia in Santa Fe Zue, about 9000 miles (14,000 km) away in Madeline. They also preferred the Columbia box on Japan.