The race to qualify for the Champions League this season is in full swing. Up to six teams are still fighting for the remaining two places. Manchester United’s position is pretty secure with a gap of 11 points between them and the Europa League spots.

Premier League champions Liverpool are close to qualifying for the Champions League after beating Arsenal 3-0 on Saturday.

The Reds entered the league last year but are now three points below the top four in sixth place.

A terrible series of results has put them in the top four, but with a Champions League quarter-final on the way, they still have an exciting end to the campaign ahead of them.

Liverpool have a fairly cheap entry point but will have to travel to runner-up United on May 1st in the toughest game by the end of the season.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have a real chance to get into the top four of the Premier League

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Leicester want to qualify and are currently five points ahead of fifth Chelsea.

West Ham jumped to fourth place on Monday night after a hard-fought 3-2 win over the Wolves over their tough London rivals.

And the Hammers seem to have a cheap enema by the end of the season, though they’ll line Chelsea in a luscious argument later this month.

Chelsea have a difficult run-in, however, and the games against Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester are yet to be played.

The Blues suffered their first defeat under Thomas Tuchel on Saturday when they lost 5-2 to West Brom.

Chelsea suffered their first defeat under Thomas Tuchel on Saturday

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But from now until the end of the season there are some tough matches to be found, as well as the Champions League quarterfinals distraction to beware of.

Tottenham are also still in the mix and Jose Mourinho, who wants to save his job by finishing in the top four, is under heavy pressure to change things in north London.

Spurs still have tough games ahead of them and the last day they have games against United and Leicester.

Further down, Everton are facing a qualifying scream despite their hopes having taken a big blow after Monday night’s 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace – and they’re five points behind the pace.

Here are the remaining games for Leicester, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, West Ham and Everton …

Leicester remain on track to top four despite losing at Man City

Leicester remain on track to top four despite losing at Man City

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3. Leicester fixtures

April 11: West Ham (A)

April 22nd: West Brom (H)

April 26th: Crystal Palace (H)

May 1st: Southampton (A)

May 8: Newcastle (H)

May 11: Man Utd (A)

May 16: Chelsea (A)

May 23: Tottenham (H)

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Jesse Lingard (R) helped West Ham finish fourth in the Premier League on Monday night

Jesse Lingard (R) helped West Ham finish fourth in the Premier League on Monday night

4th – West Ham Games

April 11: Leicester (H)

April 17th: Newcastle (A)

April 24: Chelsea (H)

May 1st: Burnley (A)

May 8: Everton (H)

May 11: Brighton (A)

May 15: West Brom (A)

May 23: Southampton (H)

Chelsea were stunned over the West Brom weekend

5. – Chelsea games

April 10: Crystal Palace (A)

April 20: Brighton (H)

April 24: West Ham (A)

May 1st: Fulham (H)

May 8: Man City (A)

May 12: Arsenal (H)

May 15: Leicester (H)

May 23: Aston Villa (A)

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho could be sacked if he doesn't finish in the top four

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho could be sacked if he doesn’t finish in the top four

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6th – Tottenham Games

April 11: Man Utd (H)

April 16: Everton (A)

April 21: Southampton (H)

May 1: Sheff Utd (H)

May 8: Leeds (A)

May 12th: Wolves (H)

May 15: Aston Villa (H)

May 23: Leicester (A)

Liverpool's comfortable win over Arsenal increased the top 4 chances

Liverpool’s comfortable win over Arsenal increased the top 4 chances

7th – Liverpool matches

April 10: Aston Villa (H)

April 19: Leeds (A)

April 24th: Newcastle (H)

May 1: Man Utd (A)

May 8: Southampton (H)

May 11: West Brom (A)

May 15: Burnley (A)

May 23: Crystal Palace (H)

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Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin (C) reacts after the late equalizer from Crystal Palace on Monday

Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin (C) reacts after the late equalizer from Crystal Palace on Monday

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8. – Everton Games

April 12th: Brighton (A)

April 16: Tottenham (H)

April 23: Arsenal (A)

May 1st: Aston Villa (H)

May 8: West Ham (A)

May 11: Sheffield United (H)

May 15th: Wolves (H)

May 23: Man City (A)