Champions League 2018/19: Super Computer predicts how every group will finish

first_imgThe Champions League returns this week and it promises to be another thrilling season as Europe’s elite go head to head.When the draw was held last month, we saw a number of incredibly tough ties created in the group stage, largely due to the presence of some extremely good teams in pots 3 and 4. This group should be straight forward for Real Madrid and Roma. This has the potential to be one of the most interesting groups and while PSV Eindhoven are predicted to finish bottom of the table they could still put up a surprise or two. Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton The results, of course, should be taken with a pinch of salt; as we know, anything can happen throughout the season, but it is always fun to speculate.So, take a look below to find out how talkSPORT’s Super Computer is predicting the Champions League group stage will finish… Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be available Bayern are favourites but Benfica and Ajax will be battling for second, there’s no doubt about it. Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury Latest Champions League news It’s a weaker group but that will just make it dog eat dog in Group D. 9 Aiming high BOOST 9 9 Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford will certainly grab some headlines here.center_img Manchester City need to be careful they aren’t complacent in Group F. 9 9 9 9 Champions League commentaries LIVE on talkSPORTTuesday, September 18: Internazionale vs Tottenham, kick-off 17:55 – CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO INTER VS SPURSWednesday, September 19: Young Boys vs Manchester United, kick-off 20:00 – CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO YOUNG BOYS VS MAN UNITED 9 Premier League representatives Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham have all got to negotiate tricky groups – with fellow top flight side Manchester City getting off slightly easier – while Groups A and E will also be worth keeping an eye on despite the lack of English action.With the competition kicking off on Tuesday, here at we’ve rolled out our famous Super Computer to determine just how the groups are going to end up. ready? 9 It’s going to be a titanic tussle between Dortmund and Atletico to finish top in Group A. on target Three of the world’s best attacking trios will be on show in Group C. Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman last_img

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