This page is about the conversational phrase chances are
You can use this instead of "probably" when saying what's likely to happen.
- "It's not raining now, but chances are it'll rain later on, so you'd better take an umbrella."
- "Is the factory going to close?"
"Looks like it. Chances are we'll be out of work before long."
Our coach said, "Javi's injury isn't too bad, so chances are
Contributor: Matt Errey