Race to the Top-four. Who is missing out on Champions League next season?

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With Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and Man United all in the hunt for the last two Champions league qualification spots, the race to finish in the top-four is tighter than ever.

While it looks like Manchester City & Liverpool have secured the top 2 spots and are the only teams contesting for the title, the battle for the two remaining spots is going to the wire with four members from the ‘Big Six’ within touching distance from each other.

While Chelsea’s hot and cold campaign currently seats them at 3rd, after winning West Ham by two goals to nil, the final stretch of the season is the most daunting for Chelsea with away trips to Liverpool, United and Leicester which could see them be pushed to side again.

Arsenal’s slip-up at Goodison Park earlier this week saw them move out of the top-four with Spurs taking full advantage and knocking two past Crystal Palace in the opening game of their new season to go above their North London rivals into 4th.

With ‘Ole at the wheel’ but not making much of an impact that sees United still stuck in the same position when Jose left the club earlier this season, it looks near impossible for United to turn the tide and break into the top-four after their recent loss to Wolves.

Now with things heating up, only time will tell where all the pieces will fall. But until then let’s all sit back and relish the final few games of the season.

Do let us know your predictions and thoughts on which two teams will fill the last two champions league qualification spots.

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