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Analysis of supercomputer predictions of tomorrow EPL games.

Match Day 6 games in the English Premier League will continue tomorrow with 2 games lined up.

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As such, the popular FiveThirtyEight's supercomputer has made some interesting predictions regarding these games.

In this article, we'll be analyzing how accurate we think some of these predictions are. Check it out below:

Southampton FC vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

The first game of tomorrow is the match involving Southampton and Wolverhampton Wanderers at St. Mary's Stadium.

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Southampton and Wolves have been in quite similar form since the start of the season.

The Saints, who are sited in 17th position, have gathered just 4 points from 5 games while Wolves, who are sited in the 19th position, have just 3 points so far.

It's surely going to be a tough game between these two sides as they're both in desperate need of the three points.

Predicting the outcome of the game, FiveThirtyEight's supercomputer seems to rate Southampton's winning chances higher than that of their opponents.

It gives the Saints a 38% winning chance while the Wolves' chances are pegged at 34%. It's indeed a very close one.

The chances of the match ending in a draw are rated as 28%.

Here's an illustration of the predictions below:

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Our verdict thinks that the match is going to end in a draw as both teams have players of similar qualities.

Arsenal vs Tottenham

The biggest match of tomorrow is surely the London derby game between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.

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According to the supercomputer, Arsenal will emerge victorious in the game. The supercomputer gives Mikel Arteta's side a 43% winning chance while Spurs' chances are pegged at 32%.

Our verdict agrees with the supercomputer on this one considering Tottenham's recent run of poor form.

While Arsenal seems to have found its form lately, it's the opposite for Nuno Espirito's side as they've failed to win their last two EPL games.

Here's an illustration of the predictions below:

Photo credit: FiveThirtyEight

As usual, we're reminding you that these predictions are just like any other predictions made based on certain factors. As such, it shouldn't be used for gambling purposes.

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