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Supercomputer predicts how top four will finish with Man Utd and Liverpool locked in classic Premier League battle



Supercomputer predicts how top four will finish with Man Utd and Liverpool locked in classic Premier League battle

MANCHESTER UNITED and Liverpool are locked in a classic battle for the top four as the season nears its end.

The Red Devils were about to qualify for the Champions League with Erik ten Hag.
But back-to-back 1-0 defeats to

Brighton and West Ham saw Liverpool return to action.

Jurgen Klopp’s men have won five games since last month’s 2-2 draw at Arsenal, building up momentum at just the right time of the season.

At FiveThirtyEight, technicians and brainiacs use the data to predict how the rest of the season will play out. And they feel that Liverpool have gone too far in the final weeks of the season.

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The Reds currently trail Man United by just a point, but Ten Hag’s side have what could be a crucial game in hand.

Liverpool’s run-in looks favorable on paper, with away games at struggling Leicester and Southampton coming as their Anfield clash with Aston Villa.

United, meanwhile, host Wolves next time out before a trip to Bournemouth.

Then comes their game in hand, an assignment at Old Trafford with Chelsea, before another home game against Fulham. Ex-Man Utd flop Powell to leave Stoke and club target transfer review

FiveThirtyEight’s prediction sees United win two and draw two of the remaining games to finish with 71 points and Liverpool win two and lose one to finish with 68 points.

Should there be another goal, the Merseysiders would be favored, with Klopp’s side currently at +25 and United at a relatively paltry plus-8.

Elsewhere in the table, the supercomputer helps Manchester City beat Arsenal by four points for the Premier League title.

Brighton are set to finish second in the Europa League ahead of Tottenham – with Spurs set to qualify for the Europa Conference League via Aston Villa.

Ultimately, it helps Nottingham Forest move Leeds United to safety in 17th place – with Sam Allardyce’s men set to be relegated alongside Everton and Southampton.


Liverpool Star confirms that he is leaving and sends a personal message to Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool -Midfielder Arthur Melo confirmed that he will leave the club for a new challenge as soon as his loan spell to Anfield ends this summer.

The Brazilian joined the Reds last summer on loan from Juventus, but it can hardly be seen in front of the club due to repeated problems with injuries.

With the goal, Arthur clarified that now he wants to say goodbye to Liverpool by obtaining a little more on the field towards the end of the season.

Barcelona’s ex -husband also paid tribute to the Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and praised the way he treated him during what must have been a difficult campaign.

“The next season I will see him with good eyes. It will be crucial for my career and I’m doing very well. I can’t wait to show this new version of Arthur,” he said.

“I hope I get the chance to say goodbye to Liverpool by playing something to say goodbye to my teammates, the technical committee and the fans who have been so good to me.”

He added: “Since my arrival, [Jürgen] Klopp has treated me very well. It’s an honor for me to work with Jürgen. He’s one of the best coaches in the world, he always spoke well about me, he is an incredible person and the treatment has always been really good, elegant and special. “Being able to train with someone like him always gives you a lot as a player and I’m sure it will be useful for the future because you learn a lot from him.

“Obviously now that I have recovered I would like to be able to play more, but I can understand that the situation is different now than when I arrived because the team had needs then and others now, but I have the assurance that when I talk to them and they tell me that no one is complaining about me, quite the contrary.

“Also all of Liverpool in general, they treated me very well and I have nothing but good words for them and very special affection.”

Liverpool certainly need to strengthen their midfield this summer, with Alexis Mac Allister being one of the names most linked with a potential move to Anfield.

Fabrizio Romano has spoken of LFC set to promote the Brighton and Argentina midfielder after recently pitching his project to him.


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