Tottenham is currently in first place… Supercomputers predict failure to participate in UCL.
Will Tottenham Hotspur fail to return to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League again this time?
Britain’s “The Sun” unveiled the final ranking of the 2021-2022 English Premier League (EPL) predicted by Supercomputers. Manchester City expected to win two consecutive seasons, followed by Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Leicester City, Everton, West Ham United, Arsenal and Leeds United from second place.
It is very different from the current ranking that has been played up to the third round. Manchester City, which predicted the victory, was ranked seventh, while Chelsea and Liverpool were ranked fourth and fifth, respectively. Arsenal is ranked 20th, the lowest. It is likely to change because it is still in the very beginning.
Tottenham, which has won all three games, is leading the game alone, but as Super Computer expects, it will not be able to participate in the UCL next season. Tottenham, which finished seventh last season, is playing the UEFA Europa Conference League this season. He also finished sixth in the 2019-2020 season and participated in the UEFA Europa League (UEL) last season. Supercomputer predicted that Tottenham could not play in the UCL for three consecutive seasons.
Manchester United’s expected final ranking is also eye-catching. Manchester United is considered the winning power team by returning to Cristiano Ronaldo along with Jayden Sancho and Rafael Varane during the transfer period this summer. Legendary Wayne Rooney, Bruno Fernandez and Paul Pogba also mentioned the possibility of Manchester United winning. If this season ends in third place, it may be a bit disappointing.안전놀이터
Arsenal’s 9th place predicted by Supercomputers is also burdensome in terms of the current situation. From the opening game, he suffered the humiliation of losing 0-2 to the promotion team Brentford, and met Chelsea and Manchester City to score a total of seven runs. He is last with all three losses without scoring. Rumors of Mikel Arteta’s replacement are constantly circulating.
Supercomputers predicted Brighton & Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wonders, Southampton, Brentford, Newcastle United, Crystal Palace, Burnley, Watford, and Norwich City from the middle to bottom.