Supercomputer Predicts The Premier League Winner

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Jürgen Klopp is continuing to push his Liverpool side ahead with full momentum to the Premier League title this season.

The Reds are at the top of the league and the former Borussia Dortmund manager will be hoping to snatch the title away from Manchester City.

However, there is plenty of room for Liverpool to slip up before the end of the season and for Pep Guardiola’s men to narrow their lead.

Now, the folks over at Kroon Casino have decided to predict the Premier League table.

“We used teams’ recent performances to simulate the results of remaining fixtures 10,000 times, finding the most likely of all potential outcomes,” Kroon Casino said.

“We compared our predictions halfway into the season with predictions we made on day one to see how each team’s results so far have affected their chances of success or failure.”

According to Kroon Casino, Liverpool will emerge victorious at the end of the season and take home the title.

Its data has found that Klopp’s men have an expected points total of 94, with Guardiola’s side coming second on 91.

Supercomputer Predicts The Premier League Winner  - FootyNews.co.uk

Liverpool had a 65 per cent chance of winning the league after the Reds took on City last month.

Surprisingly, City only had a 29 per cent chance after last month’s fixture, which saw them beat their title rivals 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium.

Before the two sides meet again, Liverpool had a 73 per cent chance of winning the title and City only had 24 per cent.

When it comes to the rest of the top six, Tottenham Hotspur finished third, Chelsea were fourth, Arsenal were fifth and Manchester United came sixth.

Supercomputer Predicts The Premier League Winner  - FootyNews.co.uk

Supercomputer Predicts The Premier League Winner  - FootyNews.co.uk

Supercomputer Predicts The Premier League Winner  - FootyNews.co.uk

The Liverpool boss recently said that he was not nervous about competing for the Premier League title.

“I am not a nervous person and so I was never nervous before we won the first title at Dortmund. That’s how it is,” he said (via Goal).

“Experience showed me that the way I did it in the past worked, so I didn’t change.

“The only thing I always knew is to do the right thing as often as possible, stay focused on your own way and don’t think about the other things around, and do it as much and as good as you can.

“Then, if you are good enough, it will happen. If not, it will not happen. That is pretty easy. Our tool to sort the situation is football. That is the only thing we can do.”

Who will win the title?

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