Edit made on behalf of benztown is in red font. Please read this first since it contains the most up-to-date information: "Thanks to the help of the BigSoccer community, I did iron out some issues with the original sheet. The current version can be found by following this link: http://www.bigsoccer.com/community/threads/2014-world-cup-spreadsheet.1997715/page-2#post-30125142 The most important update is a correction of the tie-breakers if two or more teams end up with equal points. Additionally, some minor improvements were included." The text of the original message is here: Once again, I built a WC Excel spreadsheet so that you can play through all possibilities before the World Cup even begins. You can download it here from a file hosted on the web: http://goo.gl/tL2uhf Or you can download the ZIP file I attached to this thread (BigSoccer doesn't take Excel files, so you'd have to unzip it first). The beauty of this spreadsheet is that it doesn't use any script language or anything like that. It's all done purely with Excel formulas (which can be very tedious to implement, I tell you) which has the advantage that you don't have to press any buttons or anything. As soon as you enter the score, everything is updated instantly. Should you find any errors anywhere, please feel free to tell me and I will correct them ASAP. I did simply adapt my sheet from 2010, so in theory the mathematics should work just fine (unless there are new rules for tie-breakers?). Of course I could have made some errors when I adapted the sheet as the setup of the tournament is slightly different this time around, which did cause me more headaches than I anticipated (that's the disadvantage of not using code underneath). However, I did a couple of test runs and didn't encounter any problems, but I don't have the time to test for any eventuality. Again, it should be fine, but in the unlikely event that it isn't, please tell me.