After each simulated season I record the team’s record in addition to where they finished. That lets me show their probabilities broken down by record. Early in the season I group similar records together so there won’t be pagefulls of lines.
If they finish the season with:
    TP: Total points.
    W-D-L : Their record for the games left in the season (wins, draws, losses.)
Libertadores: Chance team will finish in the top position(s) league wide. This means different things in different leagues. For many soccer leagues those teams are promoted to a higher league next season. A country’s top soccer league won’t have this because there is nowhere to be promoted to. Some other leagues use this because there is a special award for finishing first.
Chance will finish season at seed: The numbers are rounded percentages, so a 0 means a very small number that rounded to 0. If there is a blank space for a position the team never finished there after any of the millions of simulated seasons, although it still might be mathematically possible. As Count gets smaller there are fewer times to flush out the different possible finishing positions, so the numbers are less accurate.
Serie B: Chance team will finish in the bottom position(s) league wide. This means different things in different leagues. For many soccer leagues those teams are demoted to a lower league next season. Some other leagues use this because there is a special dishonor for finishing last.
Count: How many times I saw them play out the season with that record (or close to that record). Notice the times I force them to win or lose all their matches.