According to a supercomputer, Manchester City has a less than 50% chance of winning the Premier League this season. While Manchester United are significantly favoured to finish third. Before City’s forthcoming match against Arsenal on Wednesday night. Opta’s Premier League season projection has the two teams tied for first place in the 2022/23 season. Mikel Arteta’s men currently lead Pep Guardiola’s team by three points, even though the Blues have a game in hand. Read complete details about Supercomputer predicting Manchester United and Man City final Premier League standings below!
Supercomputer predicts Manchester United and Man City final Premier League standings
According to the forecasts, City has a 48.89% chance of finishing first in the table this season, while the Blues have a 42.6% chance of finishing second. The incumbent champs look unlikely to finish third (7.8 per cent) or fourth (0.5 per cent). Meanwhile, United are expected to finish third in the Premier League table, with the Reds having a 62.5 per cent probability of claiming Champions League football for next season.
While Erik ten Hag’s team is still mathematically in the title fight, the odds offer the club a 2.1 per cent chance of winning the trophy. It implies that United has a higher chance of finishing fourth (15.1%) than second (12.6 per cent). With a win in midweek, City will be able to jump Arsenal into the table, and while the Gunners still have a game in hand, Guardiola’s men will be confident of maintaining their title. The championship race is set to go down to the wire.