Man United are expected to continue their poor form, putting pressure on Solskjaer.


Manchester United are suffering an awful run of form, and a supercomputer has predicted that that this may not be ending anytime soon, as pressure mounts on Ole Gunnar Solskajer

A supercomputer has predicted that Manchester United are set for even more bad form in the near future, mounting extra pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

United’s form has gone from bad to worse, and Saturday’s 4-2 defeat was their fourth loss in seven games, and they finally surrendered their record breaking unbeaten run away from home in the Premier League.

Solskjaer’s side are at risk of not only forfeiting a title challenge, but also are at risk in the Champions League if they do not turn their form around.

However, a supercomputer has predicted that they are set for even more disappointment over their next nine matches.

To kick off United’s gruelling run of games, they host Atalanta in the Champions League and according to BonusCodeBets’ supercomputer, United only have a 55 per cent chance of winning.

That match is just one of three wins that are predicted for United over their next nine matches, with the other successes predicted in an away trip to Watford and Arsenal at home. But the team could begin to struggle in their other games, starting with Liverpool who travel to Old Trafford on Sunday.

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The supercomputer gives United just a 33 per cent chance of beating rivals Liverpool, and algorithm that analyses historical trends and also live betting markets expects Solskjaer’s men to lose away to both Atalanta and Villarreal in the Champions League also.

Despite the low percentage against Liverpool, it gives United a much better chance of winning against Manchester City next month, although only slightly higher at 42 per cent.

Their other clashed against Tottenham and Chelsea are also expected to end in defeat, according to the supercomputer.


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