Super Computer predicts result of Rangers v Napoli Champions League clash
Rangers are predicted to lose their fifth Champions League game in a row when they take on Napoli in Italy on Wednesday.
Gers have been knocked out of the tournament but still have six more points to play for which could be important to gain extra revenue and possibly a Europa League berth as well.
However, for that, they will have to win in Naples and then also beat Ajax at home – hoping Liverpool do them favours in the other games.
FiveThirtyEight have crunched the numbers on their Super Computer and have given Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side a 35 per cent chance of getting something out of this game.
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Van Bronckhorst has to prove why he deserves being in charge of Rangers and this is certainly not good enough to be at the helm.
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The 55-time SPFL champions are being made to look like cannon fodder for the other teams in Europe and are struggling to even put up a fight.
Even if they manage to win one out of their next two games, it will be considered as a big deal where it shouldn’t because Napoli and Ajax do not have that much better squads than Gers.
However, both teams are well-drilled and the players know what they’re doing and the same cannot be said about the Bears.
Often, they look like a disjointed bunch of individuals that have just been thrown onto the football pitch hoping to get the job done.
While this works in the league as most teams are weaker than them on paper, the real test is in competitions like the Champions League.
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