With three games to go, the Premier League top four race is still too close to call, so let’s break down the remaining fixtures to try and predict who will come out on top.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 14: Unai Emery, Manager of Arsenal looks on prior to the UEFA Europa League Round of 16 Second Leg match between Arsenal and Stade Rennais at Emirates Stadium on March 14, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Morton/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 14: Unai Emery, Manager of Arsenal looks on prior to the UEFA Europa League Round of 16 Second Leg match between Arsenal and Stade Rennais at Emirates Stadium on March 14, 2019, in London, England. (Photo by Alex Morton/Getty Images)

Manchester City and Liverpool have already nailed down the first two Champions League qualification places, but any two of Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester United could still pick up third and fourth.

Let’s have a look at each of their remaining fixtures, along with our betting tips for every result and resulting top-four prediction. Plus, if you’re thinking of placing any bets, check out this article at Solicitors.guru about legal online casinos.

Tottenham Hotspur – 3rd – 70 points

  • Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham – Spurs win (2/5)
  • Bournemouth vs Tottenham Hotspur – Spurs win (4/5)
  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton – Draw

Spurs haven’t had any trouble beating West Ham this season so far, winning on both of their previous attempts, and Mauricio Pochettino’s side are on a winning streak in their new home. Bournemouth are also playing extremely inconsistent football, and they don’t have a great record against the top six.

Everton, meanwhile, have recently beaten Arsenal and Manchester United, so a draw against Spurs on the final day seems like a strong possibility.

Chelsea – 4th – 67 points

  • Manchester United vs Chelsea – Draw (5/2)
  • Chelsea vs Watford – Chelsea win (4/9)
  • Leicester City vs Chelsea – Draw

The game between Manchester United and Chelsea could really go either way, but we predict that the two sides will both play it safe to avoid defeat and end up with a draw.

Watford are on an uninspiring run of form since reaching the FA Cup final, losing to Arsenal, scraping past relegated Huddersfield and snatching a late point at home to Southampton, so it’s unlikely they’ll take anything off Chelsea.

Leicester have three wins in their last five and beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in December, so they should be able to manage a draw at home.

Arsenal – 5th – 66 points

  • Leicester City vs Arsenal – Draw (13/5)
  • Arsenal vs Brighton – Arsenal win (1/3)
  • Burnley vs Arsenal – Arsenal win

Arsenal’s results are nearly impossible to predict lately, but after two consecutive defeats it’s a bit much to expect them to suddenly turn things around away to Leicester, so we’re putting that one down as a draw.

The Gunners should be able to return to winning ways at home against Brighton, and it’s been over nine years since Burnley stopped Arsenal picking up all three points. It’s also been eight seasons since Arsenal failed to win on the final day of a season.

Manchester United – 6th – 64 points

  • Manchester United vs Chelsea – Draw (5/2)
  • Huddersfield vs Manchester United – United win (1/3)
  • Manchester United vs Cardiff City – United win

As mentioned above, we expect a draw between United and Chelsea. After that, United have two easy games against one relegated side and another strong relegation candidate. There’s no reason they shouldn’t win both matches.

That would leave the final table as follows:

  • 3rd – Tottenham Hotspur – 77 points
  • 4th – Arsenal – 73 points
  • 5th – Chelsea – 72 points
  • 6th – Manchester United – 71 points

With just two points separating 4th and 6th in our prediction, it’s very possible things could go differently. Let us know how you think the final table will look.

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