There are only two days left before the end of the Premier League and the battle to qualify for the Champions League is exciting. Manchester City (85 points) and Arsenal (81) have already qualified, while Newcastle and Manchester United, both with 66 points but with just one game to play, Liverpool (65) and even Brighton (58 and two games not less played) will They play the two remaining squares.
What is left of Liverpool
Liverpool, who beat Leicester 3-0 on Monday, will speed up their chances of qualifying for the Champions League with two remaining games: on Saturday against Unai Emery’s Aston Villa at Anfield and visit bottom and relegated Southampton on day 28 the last day.
What is left of Newcastle
Meanwhile, Newcastle and Manchester United still have three games to play. The ‘magpies’ will host Brighton in an important match (this Thursday) and Leicester (Monday 22) and finish with a visit to Chelsea (28).
What is left of Manchester United
The ‘red devils’ travel to Bournemouth (Saturday) and await at home for Chelsea (25th) and Fulham (28th).
What is left of Brighton
Finally, Brighton travel to Newcastle on Thursday, play in front of their fans on Sunday against Southampton and Manchester City (24th) and close the championship against Aston Villa in Birmingham (28th).
Newcastle and United are hoping for themselves but anything can happen in two exciting weeks. At stake is participation in the Champions League with the prestige and economic injection it represents.
Source: La Verdad
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