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Supercomputer predicts more misery for Man Utd with just three wins in next nine games to pile on pressure

MANCHESTER UNITED will win three of their next nine games according to a supercomputer.

United are suffering from a bad run of form currently with just two wins in eight games.

Manchester United have a tough run of fixtures coming up
Things could go from bad to worse for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

That has increased calls from fans for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be sacked, and things could be about to get much worse for the United manager.

Up next his side host Atalanta at Old Trafford, where they are without a win in two games.

And according to BonusCodeBets’ supercomputer, United have a 55 per cent chance of winning.

To put that into context, the same supercomputer gave the Red Devils a 52 per cent chance of beating Leicester – a match they were thumped 4-2.

But that is just one of three wins predicted for United in their next nine matches.

The others are an away trip to Watford and Arsenal at home, but the team could begin to struggle in the Champions League.

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The supercomputer – using an algorithm that analyses historical trends and current betting markets – expects Solskjaer’s men to lose away to Atalanta and Villareal.

It also gives United just a 33 per cent chance of beating rivals Liverpool at the weekend.

Interestingly, it gives United a better chance of winning the derby against Manchester City next month – but that is still ranked at a lowly 42 per cent.

And in games against Tottenham and Chelsea the supercomputer also thinks United are more likely to lose.

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