Of course not. Any apparent success is purely by chance. Even experts find football unpredictable to forecast results. Because it is low scoring, surprise results are more common than other sports. This gives lesser teams a good chance to produce a giant-killing upset. It is made worse by the generally low standard of refereeing, failure to penalise cheating sufficiently, and refusal by ruling bodies to use replays and technology to ensure more accurate results.
There are countless types of augury, none of which perform better than chance in controlled tests. Oracles in classical times looked at the entrails of slaughtered animals or the flight of birds. Others cast runes, roll dice or flip coins. None has any relation to the subject and none gives any prescience of the events.