Arsenal have just 12.6% chance of winning Premier League

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The boffins of Bloomberg sports have been at it again. This time, using complex algorithms, they have worked out that Arsenal stand just a 12.6% chance of winning the Premier League title this season, reports talkSPORT.

Gunners fans may feel this percentage is slightly harsh considering the side are just one point off the top of the Premier League table with 12 games still to play.

Arsenal are currently going through an eight year trophy drought and will be desperate to win silverware this season.

Arsenal's immediate focus will turn to their Champions League clash with Bayern Munich - and their not fancied to win Europe's elite competition too. 

The boffins have calculated that Arsenal have just a 1.5% chance of claiming European glory in this campaign. 

For those extremely optimistic Arsenal fans, the algorithms have worked out the club have a 0.05% chance of winning the treble. By all accounts, it seems pretty unlikely that they will emulate the side they face tonight. 

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