UNU has been predicting English Premier League games every week for the past few weeks with strong results. This week, the Swarm Intelligence took a look at every game set to be played in the EPL on Wednesday and Thursday.
In order to draw the most useful insight, we asked the participants in the swarm answer two questions about each game. First, we want to know how the Swarm Intelligence thinks the game will turn out, that is, who wins and by how much? Then, with that knowledge in hand, we ask the swarm to recommend how much money they’d theoretically be willing to wager on the game.
Of course, though this second question is expressed in terms of $0 to $100, it is best understood as an expression of relative confidence, rather than a betting recommendation. Here’s how this looks in practice, using Arsenal Ham vs Everton – one of the swarm’s most confident games – as an example.
Question 1: What will be the Outcome between Arsenal and Everton this weekend?
Question 2: How much should we bet on Arsenal to win?
Here is the full list of picks for the weekend, ranked by betting confidence.
Chelsea to beat Sunderland big: REPLAY, worth betting $100, REPLAY
Manchester United to beat Crystal Palace big, REPLAY, worth betting $99 on, REPLAY
Arsenal to beat Everton big: REPLAY, worth betting $97 on, REPLAY
Liverpool to beat Middlesbrough: REPLAY, worth betting $76 on, REPLAY
Man. City to beat Watford: REPLAY, worth betting $58 on, REPLAY
Tottenham to beat Hull City: REPLAY, worth betting $28 on, REPLAY
West Brom to beat Swansea City: REPLAY, worth betting $26 on, REPLAY
Leicester City to beat Bournemouth: REPLAY, worth betting $16 on, REPLAY
West Ham to beat Burnley FC: REPLAY, worth betting $12 on, REPLAY
Stoke City and Southampton too close to call: REPLAY, will end in a draw, REPLAY
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