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Premier League Top-four: Manchester United One point away from Champions League.

Premier League Top-four looks settled as Manchester United are one point away from sealing a Champions League berth.

The Premier League has been a delight this season, it has been a season of two halves. After the break for the 2022 World Cup, it delivered plenty of fun from the start of 2024, and continued into the business end of the season.But it looks like and done and settled as we head towards the end.

Manchester City has been crowned as Premier League champions for third successive season after late Arsenal collapse.The Gunners were terrific for most part of the season, and was leading the League with 8 points in January, but , Pep Guardiola took Manchester City to the driving seat with a 4-1 victory over Arsenal at Etihad at the end of April . Arsenal have been confirmed as runners-up. Also read: Newcastle seals Champions league berth: Leicester on brink of relegation.

Newcastle United has sealed their spot in the Champions League for upcoming season with a goalless draw against Leicester City, leaving Foxes on brink of relegation, and Manchester United and can do the same at midweek against Chelsea, but , Liverpool has not given up as they find themselves lurking just below the top-four with 66 points. Still Manchester United would have to absolutely fall apart and lose both the remaining matches.

Tottenham were in the contention for a top four finish, but, due to inconsistent performances and managerial changes they opened a spot a in the top four. Spurs slid down the table while Aston Villa’s surge ended with defeats against Man United and Wolves. Also read: Historic Season Culminates With Dortmund Holding All The Cards

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Dhirty Raj Narah
Dhirty Raj Narah
A Real Madrid fan who uses football as a metaphor for life

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