Chelsea, Leicester City and Manchester United are all in contention to finish in the Premier League top four this season
The Premier League is arguably the most competitive league across the world, and to finish in the top four requires a great performance.
This season’s campaign even though was hit by the Coronavirus Pandemic, it will still go down as one of the most competitive season, with regards to who finishes in the top four.
League winners, Liverpool together with Manchester City have already booked their tickets after the later won it court case at the Court of Arbitration for football, thereby given the green light to participate in next season’s Champions League.
With only two slot available, the race for who finishes third and fourth has now become heated, with Chelsea, Leicester City and Manchester United all battling to make the final cut come the end of the season.
Remaining Fixtures for Chelsea, Leicester and Man United is as follows
Chelsea: Norwich (H), Liverpool (A) and Wolves (H).
Leicester City: Sheffield (H), Tottenham (A) and Man United (H)
Manchester United: Palace (A), West Ham (H) and Leicester (A).
Leicester and Man United occupy the fourth and fifth position respectively, a point adrift third-placed Chelsea, thereby making the race to finish in the top four competitive.