Supercomputer predicts Liverpool to win PL after simulating remaining games 10,000 times

Klopp & Guardiola

Liverpool's 27-year quest to land their maiden Premier League title looks like it could be coming to an end in 2019.

Jurgen Klopp's side sit five points clear of Manchester City at the top of table and possess probably their best ever squad since the halcyon days of the 1980's.

Alisson Becker, Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah have formed one of the best spines in world football and Liverpool have lost just one Premier League game all season.

That came away at their closest rivals for the title Manchester City, with their midweek 1-1 draw against Leicester the first time they had surrendered points to a team outside the top six in 2018/19.

With just a third of the league season to go, Liverpool really do look well on course to break their Premier League duck and are odd-on favourites with GIVEMEBET at 4/6 to claim the title.

But what are the Reds' chances in a simulated world? Well, still pretty darn good, but the same cannot be said for Manchester United.

The folks over at Kroon Casino have decided to simulate the remaining Premier League fixtures 10,000 times through a supercomputer.

They've used every team's recent form as a guideline and Liverpool are predicted to win the league with a 65% chance.

City only have a 29% chance of winning back-to-back titles. You can view the full statistics below.

PL table

The predicted points for the rest of the top six certainly catches the eye.

Despite their resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, United are predicted to finish sixth on 71 points, eight short of Chelsea in the final Champions League spot.

Tottenham cruise to a comfortable third-place finish, while City just miss out on the title by three points - that loss at Newcastle proving decisive in a simulated world.


At the start of the season, the supercomputer predicted Liverpool to finish third in the table and were given only a 10% chance of winning the title.

Pep Guardiola's side were the overwhelming favourites before a ball was kicked on 62%, while Tottenham were actually second favourites on 19%.

PL table 2.0

United were actually predicted to come fourth at the start of the season, while Chelsea and Arsenal were the ones most likely to miss out on Champions League football.

Can Solskjaer defy the simulated world in the remaining Premier League weeks? GIVEMEBET are offering 29/20 that United will finish in the top 4 this season.

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