Merely put, Tottenham can solely safe Europa League qualification for 2020/21 if Chelsea assist them out.
Spurs followers will hate to confess it – however they might actually use a favour from their London rivals.
The race for a Europa League place goes right down to the ultimate day, with Wolves at the moment occupying the sixth spot wanted to ensure qualification.
Win their last match of the season and Europa League soccer for Wolves is assured.
However guess who that recreation is in opposition to? Chelsea.
With Spurs loitering only one level behind Wanderers and with a beneficial journey to Crystal Palace on the ultimate day, Jose Mourinho will little doubt be rooting for his former membership to take factors off Nuno Espirito Santo’s males this Sunday.
Resulting from their objective distinction, some extent will take Spurs above Wolves if Chelsea can beat them on the ultimate day, whereas victory for Tottenham at Selhurst Park would do the job if the Blues can get a draw.
And that’s not all. If Wolves do beat Frank Lampard’s aspect at Stamford Bridge, Tottenham will discover themselves rooting for the Blues twice inside one week.
After Sheffield United’s defeat to Everton, Tottenham won’t end any decrease than seventh – and that might but safe Europa League soccer. However provided that Chelsea beat Arsenal within the FA Cup last on August 1.
That’s as a result of successful the FA Cup comes with a Europa League spot – which Chelsea wouldn’t want, given they’re assured to complete within the prime six.
If Chelsea win the ultimate, the Europa League place could be added to the league desk, that means seventh place would qualify.
Nonetheless, with Arsenal prone to end exterior the highest six, the Gunners would qualify for the Europa League by successful the FA Cup, that means no European soccer for seventh place within the Premier League.
Mourinho helped Chelsea out by beating their top-four rivals Leicester 3-Zero final Sunday – now it’s time for that favour to be returned.
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