Premier League European places: Permutations for Man Utd, Chelsea, Leicester and Wolves

Manchester United, Chelsea, Wolves and Tottenham are all looking to secure European football ont he final day of the Premier League. Express Sport takes you through all of the permutations for your club as they look to make it into the Champions League or the Europa League.

Manchester City had their European ban overturned meaning the race for the top four is as crucial as ever.

Liverpool and City have already qualified for the Champions League but everything else remains in the balance.

But there are a range of complicated permutations which could even see someone who finishes fourth not making it into Europe’s elite competition next season.

Express Sport has all the information you need ahead of a dramatic final day in the Premier League.

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Europa League

Arsenal can finish eighth at best in the Premier League but could still make it into the Europa League if they beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final next weekend.

Should Chelsea win the final though then whoever finishes seventh in the top flight would get a place in the competition.

That could be good news for Tottenham or Woves who are fighting for sixth and seventh.

Spurs face Crystal Palace later knowing a win could lift them to sixth if Chelsea can see off the Midlands side.

Sheffield United’s hopes of European football are over since their form went away after the Premier League restart.

The complicated part

If Chelsea were to overturn their 3-0 deficit to Bayern and win the Champions League but finish outside the top four then five teams would be in the competition.

Should United or Wolves win the Europa League and finish in the top four then only four sides will be in the Champions League.

Should Chelsea win the Champions League and United or Wolves be successful in the Europa League and neither finish in the top four then only three will make it into Europe’s elite competition.

So UEFA have made it simple for everyone really…

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