I can’t. I am just saying that only because your war score has a lot of difference, it doesn’t need to be an unfair matchup. And I posted the explanation for why this is the case, see above. In short: Your alliance was matched based on a new, invisible score. So comparing the visible war score makes no sense. If this new matching system is better than the current one can only be determined by testing it out and collecting data, which happens right now.
Let me throw the question back to you: How can you assume your matches are unfair before you even played the war? SG explicitly stated that during this test, war score differences can be larger than usual but that doesn’t necessarily have to mean that the outcome will be bad or worse.
Now, is it going to be a bad matchup? Probably, but who knows. You only find out by trying it.
What’s this supposed to mean? Is it the player level? Player level is an indication, but doesn’t have to say anything about the strength of a player.
I’m not defending anything. I’m just letting you know that there is a reason for this seemingly bad matchup. And that this matchup does not have to be unfair, even tho it looks like an unfair matchup. Reasons explained above.