Supercomputer predicts the outcome of Champions League this season

A supercomputer has predicted that how the rest of the Champions League will pan out, making some interesting predicitions. 

The Champions League draws took place earlier today and some exciting fixtures were drawn.

In the draw, Arsenal found themselves matched up against Bayern Munich, while Real Madrid drew reigning champions Manchester City.

Additionally, PSG are set to face Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid will take on Borussia Dortmund.

And a supercomputer from Betsie, as reported by The Sun, has simulated matches 100,000 times to come up with a predicition.

It predicts that Arsenal will this time truimph past Bayern Munich but will not win the tournament as they will be knocked out by Manchester City who supposedly have a 31.86% chance to go all the way and win the competition once again.

Mikel Arteta’s team have a 14.11% chance of winning the tournament outright, but they hold a 25.75% probability of reaching the finals.

Meanwhile, PSG are forecasted to emerge as the second finalist, boasting a 25.48% chance of making it to Wembley.

Despite being favored to reach the final, PSG have been given only a 10.96% chance of winning the entire competition.




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