It wasn’t just one loss. It was a fatal blow for Arsenal, who were aiming to win the English Premier League (EPL).
Arsenal, who had been at the top of the EPL for a long time, gave up the lead. Arsenal lost 1-3 to away team Manchester City in the 12th round of the EPL held at Emirates Stadium in London, England at 4:30 am (Korean time) on the 16th. With this, Arsenal and Man City are tied on points (51 points). However, Manchester City took the top spot on goal difference.
The season isn’t over yet. There are still about 15 games left. Moreover, Arsenal have played one less game than Manchester City on points. So, at first glance, it seems that Arsenal have a good chance of regaining the top spot again. However, the supercomputer produced shocking calculation results. Arsenal’s odds of winning the comeback were rated at only 34%.
The Sun, a British media outlet, said on the day, ‘The supercomputer lowered Arsenal’s chance of winning to 34% after losing against Man City. It even opened up a chance for Manchester United to win the title.” As a result of calculating the supercomputer of Five 38, an American data company, with the current points and remaining matchups as variables, Arsenal’s chance of winning the EPL has been reduced to 34%. According to this calculation, Arsenal were two points behind Manchester City at the end of the season with 81 points. 온라인바카라
In addition, the probability that Man City will win the EPL three times in a row has increased significantly to 62%. It is analyzed that the result of the confrontation on this day had a great influence on the overall result of the season. It even came out that Arsenal couldn’t go out, so there was a chance that Man Utd, who is currently in third place in the league (46 points), could win. Of course, it’s a very low probability, only 2%. But the important thing is that Arsenal fell into a fairly unfavorable situation after losing to Man City.
Meanwhile, the supercomputer predicted that Newcastle would qualify for the Champions League by finishing fourth in the league. Brighton were projected to be fifth and Tottenham sixth. The odds of Everton, Bournemouth and Southampton being relegated at the same time are more than 50%.