The English Premier League 2022/2023 is gradually coming to an end. Matchday 35 is already upon us, making it 4 games remaining till the end of the season. Arsenal and Manchester United already have a guaranteed top 4 finish, but they are fighting for the title race. The Gunners have been in the top spot for a while, but their recent not-up-to-par performances made them lose their dominance to Manchester City.
Newcastle and Manchester United are looking over their shoulders because they don't have a guaranteed top 4 spot yet. Liverpool's recent performance is something to worry about. Jurgen Klopp will like to participate in the Uefa Champions League next season, so he will be looking to keep the flow.
Brighton is another team to look out for. Their general performance this season is amazing, and it is not wise to rule them out yet. They only played 32 games at the time of writing this article. This means they can easily close gaps when they play their outstanding games. They know the Europa League spot is not bad, but the Champions League is better.
The Spurs have not been getting the results they needed. They were in the top 4 for some time before things twisted. It would not be good for them if they didn't at least make the Europa League. With Kane bagging over 20 goals so far, he will feel bad not playing the European competitions.
The tension is high now, and even teams at the lower end of the table will give their best so they won't risk relegation. That is why matches played towards the end of the season are very competitive. We will likely look out for offsets from teams that want to prove a point.
What do you think about the top 4 spots in the EPL? Which teams will represent England in the UEFA Champions League next season?
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