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Drama As Chelsea, Man United, Leicester, All Battle For Champions League Qualification.

From the results of match day 36, we all see the three side Chelsea, Man United, and Leicester as the potential candidate to qualify for Champions League next season.

But the truth is that among the three side, only two will be eligible. Before there was hope for the three side until Man City ban was lift last Monday.

In match day 36, Chelsea were so lucky to get away with three points when they won Norwich 1-0 at home. Leicester too had a good win when they beat Sheffield united that won Chelsea 3-0 last Saturday, by beating them 2-0 at king power stadium. Man United too had a hard fought victory over sturbon Crystal Palace side by winning them 2-0 away from Old Trafford.

Here are the celebration from match day 36

Chelsea remained in third position with 63 point, Leicester and Manchester United are all on Thesame points with 62 points all in 36 matches played so far.

Now the drama in premier league is who will not qualify to Champions League among these three side.

As Chelsea face Liverpool in their next match and end the league by playing against wolves, Leicester also will face Tottenham and end the campaign by facing Man United while man united face West harm before taking Leicester on the final match day.

The interesting part of the remaining two fixture is how Chelsea face Liverpool and how Leicester face man united in what could be a deciding match.

But from the look of things, Man United have a good chance of finishing at third position and Chelsea at fourth.

Why because Chelsea can not get six point against both Liverpool and wolves it takes grace. And Leicester too can not win Tottenham who are looking to qualify for a European competition next season.

But United can easily get six points against both west harm and Leicester with the dept they now have in their squad.

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