Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has claimed that the top-four race will go down to the wire.
The likes of Chelsea, Leicester, Wolves and Manchester United are currently vying for a place in the top four and it will be interesting to see who ends up in the Champions League eventually.
For a club of United’s stature, it would be disastrous if they miss out on Champions league football next season and they will be desperate to make it to the top four.
Leicester City looked set to finish third at one point but they are in a rut right now. United, Chelsea and Wolves will be looking to make the most of that and break into the top four.
Meanwhile, Chelsea lost to West Ham last time out as well.
Wolves and Manchester United are in good form right now and it will be interesting to see if they can finish the season strongly and book their place in next season’s Champions League.
Solskjaer thinks there won’t be too much of a difference between the four teams and the battle for a top-four spot will go down to the final day of the season.
He said: “I think the last round of fixtures is going to be vital. You have got Chelsea vs Wolves and us against Leicester – so it might be a three-point advantage for us or Leicester and it is still an important game. And I can’t see the difference between us and Leicester being a lot more than three points either way and it is the same with Chelsea and Wolves. It’s looking exciting, It’s a short space of time and so many games in that time but I think it will go down to the last game.”