The Premier League season is winding down and there is still plenty left to play for at the top. Of course, there's the newly revived title race. But there is also the hotly contested top four battle, which has been a seven-team race for months.
How do things look with a little more than a month to play?
Chelsea - 75 points, 6 matches left
Chelsea haven't clinched a top four spot officially, but they essentially have. They haven't been worried about making next season's Champions League for months. The Blues are concerned with holding off Tottenham to win the league at this point.
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Tottenham Hotspur - 71 points, 6 matches left
Like Chelsea, Spurs haven't been concerned with the top four for a bit now. Manager Mauricio Pochettino has even made it clear that he's not interested in the teams below him. He's got his eye on Chelsea and trying to sneak out a league title.
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Liverpool - 66 points, 5 matches to play
Liverpool dropped out of the title race during a disastrous January, but they've rebounded well and are looking like a decent bet for the top four. It's hardly assured, though. While they may be six points clear of fifth place Manchester United, the Red Devils have two matches in hand so that lead could evaporate in a hurry.
Manchester City - 64 points, 6 matches left
Pep Guardiola has said repeatedly how hard it is to make the top four in the Premier League and it's no wonder why -- his Manchester City team have been struggling for one of those places all season. If they can win their match in hand on Liverpool, they can jump to third place, but they could easily slide down and out of the top four. Manchester United are just four points back with a match in hand and the two teams meet on April 27. Guardiola's men still need to rack up points, and they need to avoid defeat against Man United.
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Manchester United - 60 points, 7 matches in hand
Manchester United are flying high after their win over Chelsea, and now they looked primed to make a run at the top four. They have one big advantage on the field in that they've only played 31 matches, fewer than everyone in the top seven besides Arsenal. Chasing Manchester City is much easier with a match in hand, just like chasing Liverpool is much easier with two matches in hand. But they're also in the Europa League, which means they're facing more fixture congestion than any of their competitors so it's not all good.
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Everton - 57 points, 5 matches left
Everton aren't out of the top four race. At least not yet. If they can win out and get some help with losses elsewhere, they can still sneak their way into the Champions League. It's extremely unlikely, though. They're on their last legs with a seven-point gap and most of the field having at least one, if not two or three matches in hand on them.
Arsenal - 54 points, 8 matches left
Arsenal have anywhere from one to three matches in hand on the rest of the top seven, but it's hard to see that mattering much. After all, they're not winning. Matches against Tottenham, Manchester United and Everton down the stretch won't do much good either, as they try to close a 10-point gap between them and fourth place Manchester City.
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