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How Chelsea can stay in PL top four at the end of 2019/20 season

Danny Murphy brands the competition for UCL places in the Premier League 'intense and exciting'.

He doesn't think Leicester have enough to finish in the top four.

The 43-year-old reckons Chelsea's final PL games could be tough.

Ex-Liverpool, Charlton and Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy, who as of now fills in as a savant for talkSPORT, trusts Chelsea and Manchester United will complete the season in PL top four. 

"It makes it increasingly extraordinary, it makes it all the more energizing and gives it a validity toward the finish of the period where the team merit it, they haven't been given it on a plate," Murphy revealed to talkSPORT talking about the opposition for Champions League spots in the table.

"Someone is going to miss out and it's going to be hard on any of them. Leicester have had a great season, punching above their weight but they're falling away now.

"Wolves had a great win against Everton. I think out of all of them, United are the ones I'd say for sure.

"I was really surprised at Chelsea's performance at Sheffield United and I think because they have to go to Liverpool, it could be tough. United's run-in is a good one, I think they will definitely be in there. The other place, I'd probably go Chelsea but you never know."

Both the Blues and Red Devils can't arrive at the second spot in the table occupied by Man City. As of now, Chelsea are placed third at 63 points while both United and Leicester are trailing them by only one point.

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