UEFA Champions League Qualifiers


Currently in 6th position on the PL table, the task ahead for Liverpool is clear: seize the opportunity in their last 6 fixtures. Two games are with rivals for the qualifiers.

Wednesday’s game against West Ham increased their chances to qualify for the next season. Their 2-1 win at the London Stadium with Cody Gakpo’s strike and Joel Matip’s bullet header left Klopp’s side with 53 points after playing 32 games.

Man United

Man United is up 2 positions from Liverpool on the PL table. With their last 2 matches in the bag, it puts great pressure on the Reds to perform for their next fixtures. But with only 6 points difference, United isn’t out of the woods yet.

The top 4 on the PL table automatically qualify for the Champions League but depending on what happens during the Carabao Cup and the all-Manchester FA Cup finals we might see a different picture.

New Castle

Tying on 59 points but one up from United, Castle is playing against Everton in tonight’s match at the Everton Stadium.

On Sunday, Eddie’s team took a giant leap in the competition, leaving Spurs at the starting line. Murphy, Joelinton, Isak, and Wilson all brought it home with a brilliant 6-1 lead pushing Spurs down the table.

Currently sitting 6 points ahead of Spurs, the Magpies will have to knuckle down in their last 7 games and possibly try to push up their points to 69. That will be their third-highest tally since their second-place finish in the 95-96 season.


Pep’s side left the Gunners defeated on Wednesday night. However, they are still in the race to secure their first Champions League qualification in 7 years.

From having an 8-point lead 5 matches ago, to City closing in on a 2-point difference on the PL table, Arsenal’s top spot might be up for grabs.

But despite their set-back from City, Arsenal is still in the run to qualifying for the Champions League.

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