According to CIES, how will the Serie A 2022-23 season end?

Forecasts for the main European leagues have been provided by the CIES Football Observatory. The forecasts were created using a statistical model that takes into account the previous two seasons’ results, the experience of the players in the team, and the clubs’ market spending. When we look at the five major European leagues, we can see that the victorious team from the previous season will be reaffirmed in four national titles.

In reality, according to CIES, Guardiola’s Manchester City will retain the Premier League championship, ahead of rivals Liverpool and the two London clubs Chelsea and Tottenham. In LaLiga, Real Madrid will still win the title, followed by Atletico Madrid’s cousins. There is little faith in Xavi’s Barcelona, who will finish third. The Spanish quartet will be completed by Sevilla.

In an unusual occurrence, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain will dominate the Bundesliga and Ligue 1. In Germany, Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen will round up the podium, while the Parisians will trail the quartet of Monaco, Marseille, and Lyon in France.

What we want to know is how the Serie A 2022-23 season will conclude. The Italian championship will be the only European event (out of the five most major leagues) to have a different master this season than the previous. According to CIES, Inter and Milan will switch first and second places, Napoli will finish third, and Juventus will not finish higher than fourth. Despite a significant market, Atalanta will finish fifth in the league, followed by Roma.

The CIES rating of the Serie A 2022-23 season

  1. Inter
  2. Milan
  3. Napoli
  4. Juventus
  5. Atalanta
  6. Roma
  7. Lazio
  8. Sassuolo
  9. Fiorentina
  10. Verona
  11. Torino
  12. Udinese
  13. Sampdoria
  14. Bologna
  15. Monza
  16. Spezia
  17. Empoli
  18. Cremonese
  19. Salernitana
  20. Lecce

This is the complete classification according to the CIES of the Serie A 2022-23, with Lazio in seventh place and Sassuolo preceding a disappointing ninth place Fiorentina. The Monza of Berlusconi and Galliani seems destined to escape, while sentenced to return to Serie B after a single season Lecce and Cremonese accompanied by Salernitana.

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