The football season is drawing to a close, with just four clubs remaining in UEFA’s three major cup tournaments.
The Champions League is down to four teams: Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Villarreal.
West Ham, Rangers, Frankfurt, and RB Leipzig are the only clubs still in the Europa League.
While Roma, Feyenoord, Leicester, and Marseille will compete to become the inaugural Europa Conference League champions.
But who are the frontrunners in each competition?
Analysts of data FiveThirtyEight crunched the math and calculated the chances of each team winning their particular tournament.
Liverpool and Manchester City are each assigned a 42 percent probability of winning the Champions League by FiveThirtyEight.
This season, the two have been too close to call in the Biggest League, and they can’t be separated in Europe’s premier cup tournament.
Real Madrid and Villarreal will have a difficult battle just to reach the final, much alone win it.
Unai Emery’s team, who eliminated Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals, has been assigned a 6% probability of becoming European champions for the first time.
RB Leipzig are the overwhelming favorites to win the Europa League, according to FiveThirtyEight, who gives them a 53 percent probability of winning the competition.
West Ham are the second-favorite team, while Rangers are given a ten percent probability of winning the championship.
Europa Conference League
The Europa Conference League is the most open of the three competitions, with each of the four clubs having a reasonable chance of winning the league.
Feyenoord have been tipped as the favorites, barely ahead of Roma, according to bookmakers. Leicester City has been assigned a 21 percent probability of winning their first European championship in the history of the club.