Arsenal, Man Utd, Chelsea or Spurs? Predict every remaining fixture and see who finishes in the top four

Arsenal, Man Utd, Chelsea or Spurs? Predict every remaining fixture and see who finishes in the top four

THE Premier League is entering its final chapter — and the race for the top four could not be any more tense.
Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are in a final scrap for the Champions League spots, but you can predict the outcome NOW with our predictor tool.
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This season has been one of the closest in recent memory for the coveted European places, which can affect next summer’s signings.
Arsenal’s narrow 1-0 victory over Watford saw them leapfrog Chelsea into the final Champions place – and still hold a game in hand over their London foes.
The Blues’ own top four hopes took a hit as league leaders Liverpool cruised to a 2-0 victory, leaving Maurizio Sarri’s men in danger of falling further down the table.
That is due to Man United’s win over West Ham – thanks to two penalties from Paul Pogba – kept them two points adrift of Chelsea and the Gunners.
Tottenham ensured they remained ahead in third with a routine 4-0 victory over already-relegated Huddersfield Town.

But Spurs will fear dropping to fifth in the next round of games, as they head to reigning Premier League champions Manchester City.
With Arsenal enjoying a 16-game unbeaten run in the league at the Emirates Stadium, their clash against Crystal Palace could become slim pickings.
And the Gunners will be licking their lips that at least one of the teams below will drop points in the coming weeks, as Chelsea and Manchester United face off at Old Trafford on April 28.

And with the Blues already playing a game extra, and United’s own clash against Man City, Unai Emery’s side look on course to clinch that all-important spot.
But who do you think will make it into the top four?
Enter the results into the boxes for the next seven matches and you can predict how the top four will finish.
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