A look at the last two fixtures for each club in the top four race

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur just have two Premier League games remaining this season, although, they will be hoping for more than a couple Champions League fixtures.

Spurs are both in the semi-final of Europe’s top competition, as well as leading the way to secure a spot in it next season too.

Tottenham are currently third in the League, two points above Chelsea, four above Arsenal, and five ahead of Man United.

Due to their superior goal difference, Spurs will likely only need two points from their final two games to secure top four, or a win and a draw to secure top three.

However, there is always the chance that their rivals will slip up and drop more points over the next two weeks.

But, who has the easier final couple of matches this season, and who will finish in the top four?



Bournemouth (A)





Leicester (A)




Burnley (A)


Manchester United:

Huddersfield (A)



Spurs Web Opinion:

I believe that Arsenal and Manchester United have the easiest last couple of games, but, at the same time, they are also the furthest adrift and in the worst form out of the four teams. Over the last three matches, Arsenal have picked up zero points, and United only one. I believe that Spurs will finish on two wins this season to secure third, and Chelsea doing just enough to hold onto fourth. However, Arsenal may still qualify for the Champions League through the Europa League competition.




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