Premier League top-four competition for Champions League qualifying, Fixed

Premier League top-four race for Champions League qualification

As things stand, six points separate fourth-placed West Ham and eighth-placed Wolves, setting up a fascinating contest to qualify for the Champions League next season.

West Ham, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, and Wolves appear to be battling it out for a top-four finish, with Manchester City pulling away at the top and Liverpool and Chelsea on track for a top-three finish.

They rebounded admirably, though, as victories over Watford, Crystal Palace, and Norwich placed them firmly back in contention for a place in the Champions League.

However, on January 22, they were relegated to fourth position after losing to Manchester United on a weekend in which Arsenal lost points and Tottenham lost to Chelsea.

West Ham has enjoyed an excellent start to the season. The Hammers were flying high under David Moyes and looked like genuine title contenders.

Despite victories against Liverpool and Chelsea at home, they had a wobble in November with back-to-back defeats to Wolves and Man City, followed by defeats to Arsenal and Southampton in December.

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