PSG champion, Clermont and Angers relegated, Auxerre saved: a CIES study predicts the end of the season in Ligue 1

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PSG champion, Clermont and Angers relegated, Auxerre saved: a CIES study predicts the end of the season in Ligue 1

The exercise is still just as perilous, but like at the start of every seasonthe CIES Football Observatory (Centre International d’Etude du Sport) is taking risks by trying in a study, this Monday, to anticipate who will be champion and who will be relegated in 23 European championships at the end of the season which begins.

Swiss researchers do not venture into ranking forecasts without integrating many performance factors into their projection. ” The statistical model includes the performance of the teams in the previous two seasons, the experience capital of the players in the current squad and the expenditure on the transfer market.they detail.

For Ligue 1, CIES of course sees PSG glean an eleventh league title (which would allow it to hold the record alone, ahead of ASSE), ahead of Monaco (2nd), Marseille (3rd), Lyon (4th ) and Rennes (5th). The four relegated would be Angers (17th), Troyes (18th), Clermont (19th) and AC Ajaccio (20th and last), which would mean two promoted players, Toulouse (13th) and Auxerre (16th), would stay. .

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In the four other major European Championships, the CIES study predicts that, like PSG, Manchester City (Premier League), Real Madrid (Liga) and Bayern Munich (Bundesliga) will retain their title, unlike AC Milan (Serie A), who would be dethroned by Inter Milan .

For the places of honor in England, CIES does not see Manchester United, in crisis, doing better than last season, since it still places it in 6th place, still behind Liverpool (2nd), Chelsea (3rd), Tottenham (4th) and Arsenal (5th). And in La Liga, he sees Barça only finish 3rd, despite their very promising recruitment, behind Real and Atlético de Madrid (2nd). Finally, in Portugal, CIES sees Sporting being champions and therefore succeeding FC Porto.

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