Tottenham Hotspur are currently sixth in the Premier League but still well in with race for a top four finish and qualification for a fifth successive Champions League campaign.
Liverpool are running away with the league at a record pace with 70 points from a possible 72 this season. Few would argue that they can be caught.
Manchester City are second with 51 points, a whopping 19 behind their title rivals. Leicester City are in third with 48 and Chelsea in fourth with 40.
The chasing pack include Man United, Spurs, and Wolves on 34 points, Sheffield United on 33, Southampton on 31, and then a whole host on 30 points.
However, despite the fact that Tottenham are now 14 points behind Leicester City, Jose Mourinho still has his sights set on third place in the Premier League.
He believes that Liverpool will finish top and City second, but Leicester and Chelsea can still both be caught this season, despite their advantage over the likes of Spurs.
Charlie Eccleshare reports that Jose said:
On top four race: For me the race is for third and fourth. Liverpool champion, City second. Leicester and Chelsea have a big advantage, but then, us, Wolves, Sheffield United, Man United, we are there and we will have to fight for top four. Don’t forget Arsenal.
— Charlie Eccleshare (@CDEccleshare) January 31, 2020
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