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AC Milan Would Finish 9th If Season Is Decided By FIGC's Algorithm

The use of the algorithm would be devastating for Milan and thus the side needs the league to return more than any other team.

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Calcio e Finanza have written a piece outlining the algorithm that will be used in case Serie A is halted again. Michele Criscitiello unveiled the document that will apply if the season is supended or cancelled and it is impossible to complete the games in the respective time. The algorithm is relatively complex and takes a number of factors into consideration but above that, if the season were to end now Milan would drop two places to 9th. According to the application of the algorithm by the outlet, Milan would end the season with 50.5 missing out on the final Europa League spot.

Below are the complete standings of the algorithm table if the season ended today:

  1. Juventus 91,2 (=)
  2. Lazio 90,8 (=)
  3. Inter 81,4 (=)
  4. Atalanta 75,4 (=)
  5. Roma 65,5 (=)
  6. Napoli 55,7 (=)
  7. Hellas Verona 52,1 (+1)
  8. Parma 51,4 (+1)
  9. Milan 50,5 (-2)
  10. Bologna 47,7 (=)
  11. Cagliari 47,1 (+1)
  12. Sassuolo 47 (-1)
  13. Fiorentina 42 (=)
  14. Udinese 38,4 (=)
  15. Torino 38 (=)
  16. Sampdoria 36 (=)
  17. Genoa 33,7 (=)
  18. Lecce 32,4 (=)
  19. Spal 22,7 (=)
  20. Brescia 18,9 (=)