Serie A, the CIES predicts the outcome of the championship

According to the statistical model developed by the football observatory, the Nerazzurri will once again establish themselves, while the qualifiers for the Champions League will remain the same as in 2021/22

A new statistical model puts theInter on the throne of the Serie A 2022/23. After thealgorithm developed by the specialized site fivethirtyeight.comwhich at the beginning of August had foreseen the Nerazzurri champions, also theCIES Football Observatory (International Center for Sports Studies) has indicated Inzaghi’s team as the main suspect to sew the Scudetto on their chest. In the ranking drawn up by the experts, the Milan defending champion, followed by Naples And Juventus. Basically they would land in Champions League the same teams from last season.

The model with which the ranking has been elaborated is based on the performances of the last two seasons, on the expenses incurred by the clubs in the last market session and on what the CIES defines “experience capital” of the players currently in the squad, that is a parameter that evaluates the experience of a team on the basis of the career matches played by its members, the blazon of the clubs they have played for, the competitions in which they have played and so on.

In Europa League Atalanta and Roma would qualify, while Lazio would close in seventh place, in the area Conference League. No Europe instead for Fiorentina, who would even close ninth behind Sassuolo. Good 15th place for Monza, which would guarantee salvation, while Cremonese and Lecce would immediately return to Serie B, together with Salernitana.

Serie A would be the only one of the top 5 European leagues not to confirm the reigning champions: according to the CIES model, in fact, the Manchester City would still be champion in England (with the current leaders Arsenal even out of the Champions area), the Psg in France, the Bayern Monaco in Germany and the real Madrid in Spain.

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