London, June 22 (ANI): A professor has come up with a formula to help England beat Slovenia and go on to win the World Cup 2010.
Professor Goran Peskir's equation even takes into account the new ball, The Sun reports.
It is: E = c2 x (m + (F + p x A)/a).
In it E = England wins the World Cup.
C = Confidence boost. It is vital England believe in themselves. The players must be mentally and physically rested before and after each game.
M = England need to master the dynamics of the new Jabulani ball and exploit its goal-producing possibilities.
F = Formations, they need to be flexible and Capello should put players in their tried and tested positions.
P = The lads must not endure a penalty shootout, which is their downfall.
A = England must not wear their away strip.
A = England must not have card-crazy refs and players must make sure they do not risk being booked.
The 46-year-old Professor of Probability at the University of Manchester said: "The formula is inherently beautiful and incredibly powerful, because it's based on the most famous equation in the world, Einstein's theory for energy - E = mc2.
"It shows that as long as England follow all of its component parts, they will beat all opposition and win the trophy. (ANI)