Opta Super computer has predicted outcome of some English Premier League games for Match day 6.
Super Computer has backed Manchester United to end their three game winless streak across all competitions this weekend when they face newly promoted Burnley away from home.
The Red Devils have conceded 14 goals in their last six outings in the Premier League and Europa League, with Erik ten Hag’s side dropping to 13th in the league standings, after losing three of their first five opening games to Tottenham, Arsenal and Brighton.
Despite their unimpressive start to the new season, that also saw them go 4-3 down to Bayern Munich in their Champions League opener on Wednesday night, the Opta supercomputer is giving them a 46.8 per cent chance to defeat Burnley on Saturday afternoon at Turf Moor.
The computer gave Vincent Kompany’s side a 24.9 per cent chance of winning the clash, with the newly promoted side sitting second from bottom having failed to win so far this season, but managed to hold Nottingham Forest to a 1-1 draw last weekend, with Lyle Foster being sent off in the fourth minute of injury time.
Elsewhere, unbeaten Arsenal and Tottenham go head-to-head in what is gearing up to be one of the biggest North London Derbies for a long time, with both sides enjoying impressive starts to the new league campaign.
Neither have been beaten as yet, with both sides winning four of their opening matches, each drawing the fifth game, with both sitting level on 13 points with Spurs only above Arsenal in second place on goal difference.
Super Computer has favoured Arsenal to defeat Tottenham Hotspurs on Saturday afternoon giving the Gunners a 47.6 per cent chance of winning with Spurs, who have only beaten their bitter rivals just once in their last 30 Premier League meetings,
Elsewhere, it tipped Manchester City to defeat Nottingham hotspurs at the Etihad.
Despite the Blues unimpressive showings in recent times, Super Computer also tipped Chelsea to defeat Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge.
The south London outfit will be hoping for three points on Sunday which could propel them back up the standings above London rivals Brentford into eighth place,