It looks like the race for the Champions League spots is all set to go right down to the wire with only three points separating Spurs, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea in the table with only four games to go.
Tottenham fell to a 2-1 defeat against Manchester City on Saturday but thankfully Spurs’ rivals failed to capitalise on Tottenham’s loss as both Manchester United and Arsenal fell to defeats against Everton and Crystal Palace respectively on Sunday.
Spurs arguably have the easiest fixture list among the clubs as Arsenal have some tough away games left while Manchester United have to play both Chelsea and Manchester City.
Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has now given his take on which two teams are likely to take the third and fourth spots.
According to the Mirror, Moyes backed Tottenham to finish third, while he felt that fourth spot will be tightly contested between the other three clubs.
Speaking about who would finish fourth, the 55-year-old said, “I think the outsiders would be Manchester United at the moment.
“If I was pushed I would probably go for Arsenal , I think they might just make it with the games they’ve got. But I couldn’t be sure because Arsenal are inconsistent as well.
“I think Chelsea will be there or thereabouts but I don’t know if they look like they’ve set their sights on the Europa League final, trying to get through and winning it as a way to get to the Champions League.
“Arsenal have done remarkably well, but that’s what we’re saying about United as well, so have United in the last three months, done remarkably well.”
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