With less than two months remaining in the Premier League season seven teams are battling for a top four finish and a place in next year’s Champions League
The Premier League season is in its final stretch. Chelsea has been leading the pack since week 12 and look all but certain to win the title. There are six other teams behind the Blues, however, battling for a spot in next year’s Champions League. Three will make it and three will miss out.
Arsenal have had problems of late and have fallen to sixth in the table. Should they not finish inside the top four, it will be the first time the Gunners have not done so since Arsene Wenger took over more than 20 years ago.
Everton are currently tied on points with Arsenal and are separated by just a one goal differential. The Toffees have quietly moved up on the pack and could still make some noise before the season ends.
Manchester United’s form has improved significantly over the past few months and Jose Mourinho’s side are up to fifth place.
Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool currently sit second, third and fourth, respectively.
Each team has between nine and 11 matches remaining. Predicting which club will finish where is difficult but a look at the remaining schedules gives insight in to which team’s have a better shot at finishing in the top four.