Supercomputer Predicts Champions League Winner After Last-16 Games
A supercomputer has predicted the Champions League winner following the round of last-16 first leg matches and it has forecasted an all-English final.
Not to mention Chelsea who beat Lille 2-0 on Tuesday, while the ties between RB Salzburg vs. Bayern Munich, Villarreal vs. Juventus, Atletico Madrid vs. Manchester United and Benfica vs. Ajax remain in the balance.
And, according to Bettingexpert's supercomputer, the Blues will claim their first Champions League title following last season's heartbreak.
Man City succumbed to Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea last season, with the Premier League leaders backed to win Europe's main prize this campaign.
The supercomputer has tipped Man City to beat domestic rivals Liverpool in the final.
Holders Chelsea are expected to be knocked out at the semi-final stage along with Bayern Munich.
Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have been predicted to be dumped out of the competition at the quarter-final stage.
As for Real and Atleti, the supercomputer reckons they'll be eliminated in the last-16 following their first leg defeats.
A Bettingexpert spokesperson said: "Pep Guardiola’s long wait for another Champions League success is about to come to an end according to our supercomputer.
"Liverpool will hope to prove the prediction wrong and get the better of their Premier League title rivals, but City are deemed to be the best in Europe as things stand."
The last-16 second legs go down on March 8, 9, 15 and 16.
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