Liverpool may have already won the Premier League title, but it’s currently a battle for the last Champions League spot, MySportDab reports.
Chelsea currently occupy the fourth position, and now have five teams chasing them down when the season resumes.
Manchester United are very close to Frank Lampard’s men, but Wolves, Tottenham, Sheffield United, and Arsenal are not far behind.
Leicester City look set to secure the third place with a five-point gap from Chelsea, while Manchester City have a nine-point lead.
But for Frank Lampard and his team, it promises to be a difficult end to the season as they try to secure Champions League football for next season.
However, MySportDab has analysed all the clubs in the race for the Champions League fourth spot.
Champions League Football RACE
CHELSEA (4th, 29 matches, 48 points)
Frank Lampard’s plans to leads Chelsea into a Champions League spot in his first season at Coach received a huge boost when N’Golo Kante resumed training.
Manchester United (5th, 29 matches, 45 points)
The coronavirus shutdown has been a blessing for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he plans to secure Champions League football for the Red Devils.
United now have more players back from injury like Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba.
WOLVES (6th, 29 matches, 43 points)
Despite playing in the Europa League, Wolves are doing everything possible to remain in the Premier League Top Four race.
Sheffield United (7th, 28 matches, 43 points)
Sheffield United have stunned everyone since their return to the Premier League and look to improve on their performances.
Tottenham (8th, 29 matches, 40 points)
If Tottenham seriously want to qualify for the Champions League next season, Friday night’s match against United is a must win for them.
Arsenal (9th, 28 matches, 41 points)
The Gunners still have a game in hand and are still far behind in the top four race but they could turn everything around as the Premier League restarts.
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