The race for the final two Champions League places is hotting up as we reach the final weeks of the 2019/20 season.
Liverpool have sewn up the Premier League title while Manchester City will be this season’s runners-up.
City have also overturned their potential European ban so will be playing in the Champions League next season alongside the Reds.
But the third and fourth places in the Premier League are still wide open.
Chelsea, Leicester and Manchester United are the three clear frontrunners as we hit Gameweek 36.
Wolves and Sheffield United are also still in the mix but would face difficult tasks to overhaul their rivals giving the limited number of games left.
The race for the Champions League
– Away at Liverpool – July 22
– At home to Wolves – July 26
– At home to Sheffield United – July 16
– Away to Tottenham – July 19
– At home to Manchester United – July 26
– Away to Crystal Palace – July 16
– At home to West Ham – July 22
– Away to Leicester – July 26
It would appear the final two places will be made up of either Chelsea, Leicester or United and they face nervy final games in the hunt for Europe.
The final day fo the Premier League season – on Sunday, July 26 – looks like it will be pivotal.
Chelsea take on Wolves at home while Leicester and United face off at the King Power.
As it stands, the remaining teams can only keep winning and hope their rivals slip up as no-one can secure a top four finish in Gameweek 36.
But the European picture will become much clearer as we head into the final two rounds of fixtures this term.
Having beaten already-relegated Norwich, Chelsea now face a trip to champions Liverpool on July 22. They then host Wolves on the final day.
Leicester, meanwhile, face Sheffield United this week before a trip to Tottenham and then a last day showdown with United.
And the Reds Devils travel to Crystal Palace this week before hosting West Ham and then that key trip to the King Power.
The Foxes play their Gameweek 37 tie at Spurs a few days before their rivals due to the FA Cup semi-finals.