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Supercomputer predicts winner in Man City vs PSG's game tonight (See details)

Popular supercomputer predictor at media company, Fivethirtyeight made some revelations on the likely winner of today's Champions League Semi-final match between Manchester City and PSG.

Recall that goals by star midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne and Algerian golden boy, Riyadh Mahrez canceled Marquinhos opener in the first leg tie to give the Citizens an advantage going into this tie.

According to the Super computer, Manchester City have the higher chance of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League Final.

They're given a 69% rating to win while PSG have a 12% chance. The Super computer puts the probability of the match ending in a draw at 19%.

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Having overcome the "alleged demons" of three consecutive quarter-final exits, Guardiola has his eyes on the prize and a spot in the Grand finale at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium on May 29 - where Liverpool produced the famed 'Miracle of Istanbul'.

Speaking ahead of the match, PSG's gaffer, Mauricio Pochettino hinted that it's going to be a fierce match tonight. He said, "It will be necessary to attack from the start and be clinical. It will be a battle!"

Regarding Kylian Mbappe's injury, the coach was quoted as saying, 🎙️💬 Mauricio Pochettino: " Mbappe will be training individually today, then we'll see if he's able to start tomorrow."

See photo of Neymar Junior in training earlier today:

Drop your predictions ahead of today's game.

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