Eidevall believes Arsenal holds the key to their own fate, as the Opta supercomputer remains beyond their control

Jonas Eidevall affirms Arsenal’s commitment to their title push, undeterred by the Opta supercomputer’s prediction of zero chance of winning the Women’s Super League.

Despite the odds, the Gunners hold third place, trailing leaders Manchester City by six points ahead of their upcoming match against Everton on Sunday.

Chelsea currently sits in second place, ahead of Arsenal by three points with a game in hand over other teams.

When questioned about his team’s chances, Eidevall did not dismiss the possibility of achieving something extraordinary despite the Opta supercomputer’s pessimistic forecast.

Eidevall emphasized the importance of focusing on what his team can control, acknowledging that the Opta supercomputer’s predictions are beyond their influence, urging his team to concentrate on their performances instead.

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