Chelsea sit third in the Premier League table with two matches remaining and look very much positioned in the race for a main four spot
Ian Wright is supporting Chelsea to make sure about Champions League capability.
The previous Arsenal and Crystal Palace forward has conceded that Frank Lampard and his players have been feeling the squeeze as of late - and that he trusts they can make it over the line.
United will play Palace on Thursday evening while Leicester play Sheffield United, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will move into fourth in the event that they better their outcome.
Wright told Match of the Day: "I don't have a clue. I will go with Chelsea, I trust they do remain in light of the fact that they've been feeling the squeeze."
Lampard's side glanced fairly common in their 1-0 win over Norwich not long ago that was vital in the race for the main four.
Chelsea are presently four points in front of Leicester and United having played a game more - yet just one of those sides can take nine focuses from their last three matches.
"At this phase of the period results are basic," he disclosed to Sky Sports.
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