Supercomputer predicts Manchester United v Wolves as Ralf Rangnick gains momentum

The Premier League’s supercomputer predicted Manchester United would beat Wolves by a wide margin.

Ralf Rangnick’s side started to show their qualities against Burnley after a series of below-par performances in the win over Norwich and a draw with Newcastle.

It was the first time the German team had scored more than once as Scott McTominay and Cristiano Ronaldo found the back of the net as well as an unfortunate moment for Ben Mee who deflected Jadon Sancho’s effort into his own net.

It was United’s sixth unbeaten Premier League game.

FiveThirtyEight’s supercomputer predicted the likelihood of today’s encounters.

And the supercomputer rated United at 56% as likely to beat Wolves.

The possibility that Lage’s team will win three points at Old Trafford – becoming the fourth team this season to do so – is 19%, while a share of the loot has been ranked at 26%.

A victory for the Reds will keep the pressure on the Champions League race after West Ham and Tottenham maintained their ambitions while fourth-placed Arsenal suffered a late loss to Manchester City.

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