Original title: Supercalculated prediction of this round of the Premier League: Manchester City’s winning rate exceeds 60% of the Gunners Tottenham are optimistic
Super-calculated prediction of this round of the Premier League: Manchester City’s winning rate exceeds 60% of the Gunners Tottenham are optimistic
Live it on May 15th, according to the analyst network, as this round of the Premier League’s focus battle between Manchester United and Chelsea has been completed ahead of schedule, Liverpool will play in the FA Cup final again. Predictions are made for each game, and Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are all expected to win.
Tottenham beat Arsenal in a midweek make-up, leaving the door open to qualifying for next season’s Champions League and allowing them to overtake the Gunners on Sunday – even if only temporarily. Despite temporarily escaping the relegation zone and holding a game short, Burnley still desperately needs points in order to avoid relegation. In a sense, this game may decide the fate of the two teams this season. In the first round of the confrontation, Burnley won 1-0 at the muddy Turf Moore Stadium after the snow, and the picture of then coach Sean Dyche grinning is still fresh in our memory. Playing again, the super calculation gives Tottenham the highest home team victory in the 8 Premier League games this weekend, with a probability of 58.6%.
Imagine Klopp texting Moyes saying ‘Save me, Moyesey! You are our only hope’. Whether or not the former Everton manager would like to see Liverpool win the league, but in With 2 rounds remaining, Manchester City has 3 points and 7 goal difference advantages. Liverpool really needs West Ham to help complete the blocking. At home this season, the Hammers have won 3-2 against Liverpool and Chelsea. And knocking Manchester City out of the League Cup. Blocking? They might do it, but looking at the supercomputer’s 62.6% win rate, you can only nod your head in peace.
In the final game, Arsenal will go to St James’ Park to complete a tense task, after all, there they have been four goals ahead without holding on to the victory. After successfully avoiding relegation, Newcastle are already gearing up for the 2022-23 season, with their final home game, where the atmosphere could be very lively. But Arsenal have won 17 of their last 18 league games against Newcastle, and the cool supercomputer has given them a 45.9 per cent away win percentage and is optimistic they’ll get out of the Jordy.
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