The race for the top four in the Premier League has taken another turn and we have rounded up each teams run in till the end of the season.
Liverpool and Manchester City have all but confirmed themselves in the top four. It would take something ridiculous for either side to be knocked out of the top four. It is now between Chelsea, Spurs, Man United and Arsenal to get the final two Champions League spots. Chelsea and Spurs are the two sides that are currently in the top four of the table.
All four sides are still in European competitions. Man United and Spurs are in the Champions League and Arsenal and Chelsea in the Europa League. It looks less likely that United and Spurs will progress compared to the Arsenal and Chelsea. This could have a big effect on who gets in the top four as some teams may have more games than others.
Another twist in who gets Champions League football is the fact that a country can only have a maximum of four teams in the competition. So if United or Spurs came fourth and Arsenal or Chelsea won the Europe League, it would be the side who won the Europa that got Champions League football and the fourth-placed team would then be in the Europa.
Chelsea 33 games, 66 points, +23 goal difference.
Sarris side is the only team out of the four to have played 33 games. They have gone through strange runs of form when at one point in February it looked like Sarri what days away from getting sacked. They'll be pleased that Eden Hazard seems to have found his form at the perfect time, he has the most goals and assists combined in the league this season.
They do have some tough fixtures left. Their next game is away against Liverpool who are chasing their first title. They drew 1-1 at Stamford Bridge this season but Chelsea have already beaten them at Anfield in the Carabao Cup this year. Chelsea have also got to play fellow top-four challengers Man United at Old Trafford. The two teams drew 2-2 this season. This game will have a massive say in who gets there. In the last game of the season, they face a trip away to Leicester who have already beat Chelsea 1-0 this season.
Spurs 32 games, 64 points, +26 goal difference.
Spurs have gone through a horrible run of form recently, winning only one game in their last six league games. They have now moved into their new stadium and this could be a real boost for them and their form. With six games to go, they'll be pleased that they now have the majority of their squad fit.
In their remaining six games they have to play City. This is game comes in between playing them also in the Champions League so depending on how the first leg goes they could rest players for the league game. City beat Spurs last time so this is going to be a very tough game. After this, they will have to play West Ham at home. You'd expect Spurs to win this having already beaten them 1-0 this season. But when its an all London game form doesn't always matter. Spurs final game of the season is at home to Everton. Spurs battered Everton 6-2 at Goodison Park earlier this season. However, Everton find themselves only one point off of a Europa League spot and it may go down to the last game of the season.
Arsenal 32 games, 63 points, +25 goals difference.
If Arsenal could match their away form with their home form they would be firmly in the top four. They have won 14 games at home compared to just the five away. Looking at their fixtures then they won't be too pleased that they only have two games left at home this season.
Arsenal have the easiest run-ins on paper out of all the four sides. One of their notable fixtures is Wolves away. Arsenal drew 1-1 with them earlier on in the season at the Emirates and will be needing to better that result. Wolves have been fantastic in their first season in the Premier Leauge. They have beaten United and Chelsea there this season as well as drawing with Man City. Arsenal will need to be at their best to beat a team also going for Europa League football. They also have Leicester away. They have beaten Leicester this season 3-1, but they have also picked up impressive results at home beating Man City 2-1. Arsenal have got Napoli in the Europa League still so depending on how this goes could impact on how serious they take the run in.
Man United 32 games, 61 points, +18 goal difference.
Oles side looked more like they'd be playing to be in the top half of the league at Christmas, not the top four. A managerial change turned this all around and they went on a fantastic run of form. Recently this form has halted a bit and United can't really afford to lose any more games before the end of the season if they want top four.
They have the toughest run in out of the four teams. Firstly they must play Everton away, who as previously mentioned are going for European football of their own. United beat Everton earlier this season 2-1 so will take confidence from that. Then they must face Man City at home. This game has everything on the line. Top four, the title and the facts it's a Manchester Derby. If United wins its opens the door for Liverpool's first Premier League title so this looks to be a very interesting game. City have already beaten United 3-1 this season. Finally, United take on Chelsea. This will be a big game also as they've drawn this season but United beat them at Old Trafford last year.
Top four odds
Spurs are the clear favourites on Bet365 at 2/7 to get top four. They should already have it but for the poor recent results. Next in the odds is Chelsea and Arsenal, they are both at 10/11. Europa League is still on for both of this which may be the easier way to get in the Champions League. The outsiders are Man United at 11/4. They'd be right in there had it not been for a 2-1 defeat to Wolves last time out.