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Chelsea remaining Premier League fixture and their chance for top 4 finish compared to their serious opposition.

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Chelsea are in the race for the top four England Premier League finish. However, the competition has become stiff, with other six Premier League clubs including Leicester City, Westham, Liverpool and Everton holding genuine hope of joining Manchester City and Man United in the Champions League. Chelsea remaining Premier League fixtures show that the Blues can edge their rivals and sneak into the top four.

This season’s top-four Premier League finish will witness an epic finale. Manchester United saw off Tottenham in an epic style to dent Jose Mourinho’s hopes for a top-four finish. 

A solid season performance for both Everton, Westham, and Leicester have seen regular Champions League participants, including Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Everton at risk of missing out next season.

Chelsea, who lost 5-2 to West-Brom managed to bounce back and register a huge win against Crystal Palace. West Ham were however able to regain their top 4 spot after seeing off Leicester in an entertaining 5 goal thriller at the London Stadium.



April 20: Brighton (H)

April 24: West Ham (A)

May 1: Fulham (H)

May 8: Man City (A)

May 12: Arsenal (H)

May 15: Leicester (H)

May 23: Aston Villa (A)

Leicester fixtures

April 22: West Brom (H)

April 26: Crystal Palace (H)

May 1: Southampton (A)

May 8: Newcastle (H)

May 11: Man United (A)

May 15: Chelsea (A)

May 23: Tottenham (H

West Ham fixtures

April 17: Newcastle (A)

April 24: Chelsea (H)

May 1: Burnley (A)

May 8: Everton (H)

May 11: Brighton (A)

May 15: West Brom (A)

May 23: Southampton (H

Liverpool fixtures

April 19: Leeds (A)

April 24: Newcastle (H)

May 1: Man United (A)

May 8: Southampton (H)

May 11: West Brom (A)

May 15: Burnley (A)

May 23: Crystal Palace (H)

Tottenham fixtures

April 16: Everton (A)

April 21: Southampton (H)

May 1: Sheffield United (H)

May 8: Leeds (A)

May 12: Wolves (H)

May 15: Aston Villa (H)

May 23: Leicester (A)

Everton fixtures

April 12: Brighton (A)

April 16: Tottenham (H)

April 23: Arsenal (A)

May 1: Aston Villa (H)

May 8: West Ham (A)

May 11: Sheffield United (H)

May 15: Wolves (H)

May 23: Man City (A)


Chelsea faces a very difficult final stretch for the top four finish. However, since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel, they have performed quite well despite a shock defeat to West Brom. They can however take some encouragement following their series of good performances, with both Westham and Liverpool deemed their greatest threat to clinch the top four.

With the season witnessing unpredictable results, it will require a brave decision to pick the top four teams. Despite the likes of both Leicester, Westham, and Liverpool rivaling the Blues, the remaining games, in one sense, mean qualification is very much in Chelsea’s hands.  



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