MANCHESTER CITY’S exact percentage chance of completing a historic treble has been revealed by a supercomputer.

Pep Guardiola’s side are on the brink of history as they fight to win the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.

Manchester City are on the brink of a sensational treble

The feat hasn’t been achieved by an English side since Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United did it in 1999.

But City now find themselves as favourites in all three competitions.

They lead Arsenal by four points with a game in hand and could win the Prem this weekend.

While they will face Man United in next month’s FA Cup final and Inter Milan in the Champions League final a week later.

Boffins and brainiacs over at have crunched the numbers using BETSiE – their clever supercomputer.

Using its special algorithms, BETSiE has determined that City have a 53.61 per cent chance of winning the treble.

They have a whopping 98.4 per cent probability of landing the Prem title.

While they are rated to have a 75.78 per cent chance of beating Inter in the Champions League final.

Man United could be the best bet to stop City emulating their 1999 feat.

But even then City are given a 71.89 per cent likelihood of beating the Red Devils in the FA Cup final.

Boss Guardiola has admitted that his players can “visualise” winning the treble now.

Following his side’s 4-0 annihilation of Real Madrid, the 52-year-old said: “Of course we are there. The players can think about it and visualise it. It’s normal.

“We are three games away, one in each competition. We can do it. But for me it is more important after many years that we are there.”

Pep Guardiola believes that City players can ‘visualise’ the treble now

By Lylla

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