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Supercomputer Predicts Which Premier League Club Is Most Likely To Win The Champions League

Supercomputer Predicts Which Premier League Club Is Most Likely To Win The Champions League

Manchester City will win the Champions League for the first time in their history, according to new results from a supercomputer.

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The last 16 are starting to take shape following matchweek five and many have started to predict who will win Europe's elite competition.

FiveThirtyEight have given Pep Guardiola's side a 55 per cent chance to reach the semi finals and a 22 per cent chance to win the competition all together.

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It makes them favourites ahead of current holders Bayern Munich, who have an 18% chance of victory.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Liverpool and Chelsea have a seven and six per cent chance respectively, while Manchester United have just 2 per cent chance.

Check out the full predictions below.

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Club Brugge

Make Round of 16: 27%
Make quarter-finals: 5%
Make semi-finals: 1%
Make final: <1%
Win final: <1%

Shakhtar Donetsk

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Make Round of 16: 29%
Make quarter-finals: 9%
Make semi-finals: 2%
Make final: 1%
Win final: <1%

Lazio

Make Round of 16: 73%
Make quarter-finals: 19%
Make semi-finals: 5%
Make final: 1%
Win final: <1%

FC Porto

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Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 26%
Make semi-finals: 7%
Make final: 2%
Win final: <1%

Atalanta

Make Round of 16: 49%
Make quarter-finals: 15%
Make semi-finals: 5%
Make final: 2%
Win final: <1%

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RB Salzburg

Make Round of 16: 36%
Make quarter-finals: 14%
Make semi-finals: 6%
Make final: 2%
Win final: <1%

Borussia Monchengladbach

Make Round of 16: 57%
Make quarter-finals: 25%
Make semi-finals: 9%
Make final: 3%
Win final: <1%

Sevilla

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 31%
Make semi-finals: 11%
Make final: 4%
Win final: 1%

Ajax

Make Round of 16: 51%
Make quarter-finals: 19%
Make semi-finals: 8%
Make final: 3%
Win final: 1%

Inter Milan

Make Round of 16: 47%
Make quarter-finals: 18%
Make semi-finals: 8%
Make final: 3%
Win final: 1%

Manchester United

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Make Round of 16: 54%
Make quarter-finals: 24%
Make semi-finals: 11%
Make final: 4%
Win final: 2%

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RB Leipzig

Make Round of 16: 47%
Make quarter-finals: 20%
Make semi-finals: 9%
Make final: 4%
Win final: 2%

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Supercomputer Predicts Which Team Will Win The Champions League This Season
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Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 37%
Make semi-finals: 15%
Make final: 16%
Win final: 2%

Real Madrid

Make Round of 16: 67%
Make quarter-finals: 36%
Make semi-finals: 16%
Make final: 7%
Win final: 3%

Atletico Madrid

Make Round of 16: 64%
Make quarter-finals: 32%
Make semi-finals: 17%
Make final: 8%
Win final: 3%

Borussia Dortmund

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 55%
Make semi-finals: 27%
Make final: 12%
Win final: 5%

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Chelsea

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 62%
Make semi-finals: 31%
Make final: 14%
Win final: 6%

Liverpool

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 64%
Make semi-finals: 32%
Make final: 15%
Win final: 7%

Paris Saint-Germain

Make Round of 16: 99%
Make quarter-finals: 60%
Make semi-finals: 30%
Make final: 14%
Win final: 7%

Barcelona

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 73%
Make semi-finals: 46%
Make final: 28%
Win final: 15%

Bayern Munich

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 77%
Make semi-finals: 51%
Make final: 32%
Win final: 18%

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Image Credit: PA

Manchester City

Make Round of 16: YES
Make quarter-finals: 78%
Make semi-finals: 55%
Make final: 36%
Win final: 22%

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