Despite being five points behind Arsenal, the supercomputer at Mirror Football has predicted that Manchester city will retain their Premier League title. Erling Haaland, a Norwegian player who has already scored a staggering 25 league goals in just 20 games, has joined City after Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool lost to City by one point last year. Meanwhile, Arsenal, led by Mikel Arteta, leads city by five points with one game remaining in the Premier League.
Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus, both former city players, have joined the Gunners and helped propel them to a commanding lead as the second half of the season begins. However, despite Arsenal’s dominance, the supercomputer of Mirror Football has predicted that they will fall short and lose to city, led by Pep Guardiola. Based on the results thus far, the supercomputer ran 500 simulations of the remaining Premier League games and gave City a 33% chance of winning, while Arsenal is expected to finish second with a 27% chance of winning.
The city is projected to have an 82% chance of making the top four, while Arsenal is projected to have a 73% chance. Even though they’re in a ninth place right now, the simulation says that Liverpool is the third favorite to win the championship, with a 21% chance of making the top four and a 67% chance of doing so.
Although the simulation gives the Seagulls a better chance of winning the title than Erik ten Hag’s teams, with 5% compared to 4% for the Red Devils, Manchester United has a 41% chance of qualifying for the Champions League. This puts them just ahead of high-flying Brighton, which has a 31% chance. Although this is just a prediction by a computer, many fans are now excited to see how it all pans out toward the end of an exciting season.