The English premier league as we all know is one of the most difficult football leagues in the whole world.
Just like other previous seasons, the 2019/2020 season has been a breath taking and fierce one for all teams.
On top of the table, European champions Liverpool fc finally succeeded in securing their first league title in 30 years. Manchester city narrowly escaped a ban for European competition and secured a spot for the champions league next season.
In the relegation zone, teams like Aston villa and Fc Bournemouth are still fighting to come out of the relegations zone but Norwich city on the other hand are not so lucky as their relegation status has been affirmed.
But away from all that, the fight for top four finish has really been a tough and interesting one this season.
Chelsea currently sit 3rd on the league table while Leicester City are fourth. Manchester united are fifth but just one point behind third place chelsea.
With just two games left, none of these teams can afford to lose any points.
Chelsea's next match in the premier league would be against Wolverhampton, Leicester would be playing against Tottenham while Manchester united would be play against West Ham.
If all three of them manages to win their next matches, then match day 38 would be the decider for champions league qualification next season.
That would most likely Favour Chelsea who will be away at anfield playing against league champions Liverpool. A draw at anfield would secure a spot for them in the champions league next season.
On the other end, Manchester united will be against fourth place Leicester city in a battle that will determine each others fate. Any team who comes out victorious would join chelsea, man city and Liverpool in the champions league next season.
But if the match ends in a tie, and chelsea loses to Liverpool, it means Leicester and Manchester united would be qualifying and chelsea dropping out on goal aggregates.
What's your take on this?
Which team do you think would drop out of the champions league qualification?
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