Is it standard English to use the modal "will" with the adjective "likely" that follows infinitive verb as in the following examples. I was told that the adjective likely has already the sense of future and it should be used with linking verbs. Therefore, it would be wrong to use modal "will" with it. However, there are many examples written by different sources, such as newspapers, universities, on the Internet.
For example :
This will likely to do more damage than good.
...even though in reality they stand to profit and will likely to do so.
Google Ngram also gives different results.