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The match promises to be a very tough one as it involves two teams who have been in incredible form since the start of the season.
Predicting the outcome of today's game, the popular FiveThirtyEight's supercomputer seems to rate the chances of the Reds higher than that of their opponents.
It gives Jurgen Klopp's side a huge 62% chance of emerging victorious while AC Milan's chances are pegged at a meager 17%.
According to the supercomputer, the game has a 22% probability of ending in a draw.
Here's an illustration of the predictions below:
Liverpool will be without some players I'm tonight's game. They include teenage sensation Elliott, Neco Williams, and Roberto Firmino.
As usual, we remind you that these predictions don't determine the outcome of a game. It's just like any other predictions made based on certain factors. As such, they shouldn't be used for gambling purposes.
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