How The English Premier League Table Looks After Manchester United and Leicester City 2:0 Win
As the race for UEFA Champions league top four qualification continues in the English Premier League table, Manchester United and Leicester City saw their games against Crystal Palace and Sheffield United off, with a 2:0 win respectively.
Goals from Ayoze Perez, and Demarai Gray helped the foxes secure three points in a home victory against Sheffield United at King power stadium.
While goals from from Manchester United's star forwards Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, helped Ole Gunnar's side secure a much needed win against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
See How EPL Table Looks Ater City and United's Two Goals To Nil Win:
The wins of both English clubs against their opponents, helped them maintain the one point difference between them and Chelsea who sits at the third position of the EPL table, as the three clubs keep pushing to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions league.
This puts more pressure on Chelsea as their last two fixtures are against Wolves and the league champions Liverpool, which are very tough opponents for Frank Lampard's side.
Personally I'm of the opinion that Chelsea has won their last league game for this season, which was a narrow 1:0 win against relegated Norwich. I really don't think Chelsea will be able to pull a victory out of their remaining EPL fixtures.
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