Supercomputer predicts a good end to this season for Arsenal

Arsenal has started this season well, and they fell to their first defeat of the season at the weekend against Manchester United.

Mikel Arteta’s side is one of the hardest clubs to beat now, and we expect them to bounce back from that loss in their next game.

The former midfielder is leading a revolution at the Emirates, and his team will want to end this term better than the last, where they almost made the top four.

A supercomputer has now predicted the league standings by the end of the 2022/2023 term, and it predicted the Gunners to return to the Champions League.

According to The Sun, the supercomputer believes Manchester City will win the league title, Liverpool will finish second, and Arsenal will end the term in third place.

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Our start to this term has been superb, and it means we are likely to end the year very well.

But a league season is a marathon, and we still have a long way to go.

With over 30 matches left to play, we must get back to form as quickly as possible, otherwise other clubs will catch up.

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  1. Supercomputer, eh?

    It doesn’t take much of a computer to process the data for 20 clubs playing each other.

  2. Our only setback is the midfield right now. We cried out during the window and called out the management about a credible cover for Partey but they did nothing. That’s turning around against us.

    Why can’t Arteta move Ben White to 6 instead of Lokonga who still has a lot to learn and actually operates better as 8. I don’t think we should have looked so ridiculous at the defense with white as DM

    1. Exactly, our midfield was totally empty, xhaka was overworked, Ben white as DM cover for Partey wouldn’t have been that bad, Sambi-Lokonga needs to go on loan, he also needs to build up stamina and strength.

      We need to win our next 5 matches, the earlier we rap up points the better positioned we’ll be to make UCL sport.

  3. What a load of…..!this super computer can it predict the final standings when it doesn’t take into accounts,the human factors like injuries,loss of form or the suspensions??

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