Breaking: Jubilation as Super computer has predicted Manchester United to beat Liverpool tomorrow at Anfield – Jürgen Klopp scared

Breaking: Jubilation as Super computer has predicted Manchester United to beat Liverpool tomorrow at Anfield – Jürgen Klopp scared








Supercomputer predicts final Premier League outcome with Liverpool and Man United mystery fixed

Liverpool is yet to shake off Manchester United in the Premier League, with Erik ten Hag’s side within four points. A supercomputer has predicted the final outcome.




13:30, 2 DEC 2023

Erik ten Hag, Manager of Manchester United, looks on prior to the UEFA Champions League match between Galatasaray A.S. and Manchester United at Ali Sami Yen Arena on November 29, 2023 in Istanbul, Turkey.

A supercomputer has predicted the final Premier League table, with a strange Liverpool and Man United truth set to change.(Image: Ahmad Mora/Getty Images)

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Liverpool will wonder how Manchester United is only four points behind in the Premier League standings. Erik ten Hag’s side have had an uncanny knack for plucking victory from jaws of defeat this season, at least on the domestic front.



The unconvincing performances have been punished in Europe, where Manchester United is bottom of its Champions League group with a game to go. Even joining Liverpool in the Europa League looks like a long shot now, with Bayern Munich to come in the final match.



And according to a supercomputer’s predictions (via the Mirror), Manchester United’s poor showings will soon catch up with it in the league. While rivals like Arsenal and Liverpool are thriving, the Red Devils are projected to finish a disappointing eighth in the league. This would mark their worst finish in Premier League history, surpassing their seventh-place finish under David Moyes in 2014.


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The supercomputer’s forecast also brings more bad news for Manchester United — and indeed Liverpool — fans, as bitter rival Manchester City is predicted to clinch its fourth consecutive league title. Not even during Sir Alex Ferguson’s era did the Red Devils manage such a feat, with their best being three successive titles.


Meanwhile, Arsenal is expected to secure the runner-up position for the second season in a row, while Liverpool is predicted to finish third and secure a return to the Champions League. Given how strongly Jürgen Klopp’s side has started the campaign, that would be a somewhat underwhelming outcome, but that just shows the scale of improvement from last season.


Newcastle United is projected to claim the fourth spot. Aston Villa is set to nab fifth, which as of this season could be enough for a Champions League berth depending on how the English teams fare in Europe. An early exit for Manchester United (and perhaps Newcastle, too) would harm the chances of that.




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