Opta, Google, and Sqawka simulated the Champions League for the 2019-2020 season and predicted that Real Madrid would beat Bayern Munich in the final.
Experts from the three major statistical firms, Opta, Google, and Sqawka, have simulated the Champions League for the 2019-2020 season, based on the database of previous seasons that Real Madrid will beat Bayern Munich in the final with a score of 3- 2.
Accordingly, the path to reclaiming the throne of Zinedine Zidane and his teachers will be difficult from the eighth round. They beat Man City with a total score of 7-5 in the eighth round, then beat Chelsea 4-2, before beating Barca 5-2 in the semi-finals.
The road to the final of Bayern also faces many obstacles. The German team is expected to win Atletico Madrid 3-1 in the eighth round, then defeat PSG 3-2 in the quarter-finals. In the semi-finals, “Gray Lobster” will meet Juventus and win with a total score of 3-0.
The forecast of Opta, Google and Sqawka are different from the bookmaker’s odds, after the draw of the group stage draws on August 29. Because of the same table with PSG and not a good start in La Liga, the ability of teachers and Zidane’s champion only ranked fourth (put 1 to 10), behind Man City (put 2 to 7), Barca (put 1 to 5 ) and Liverpool (order 1 to 7). Bayern’s chances are lower, 1 to 12.
In addition to predicting the championship, data experts also said that Lionel Messi will become the first player to have more than 10 hat-tricks in the Champions League and win the title of top scorer. And Cristiano Ronaldo will surpass Raul Gonzalez in the record of most European clubs. By the time he retired, Raul had scored against 35 clubs in European Cups.