Champions League race : Birmingham and Reading keep their hopes alive with crucial wins

Birmingham and Reading won at the week-end against Arsenal and Sunderland. They keep the Champions League hopes alive, but the real winners are Chelsea and Manchester City who have consolidated their two places despite not playing League any games recently.

 

Sunderland 0 Reading 2

Birmingham 3 Arsenal 0

 

The remaining games for the top 6 teams

 

1 Chelsea  32 points + 26  ( 4 games to play)

Wed 9 May Chelsea v Birmingham

Sat 12 May Chelsea v Sunderland

Tue 15 May Bristol v Chelsea

Sun 20 May Liverpool v Chelsea  

Chelsea can finish the season with 44 points and are very likely to qualify for the Champions League

 

2 Man City 29 points + 23 ( 5 games to play)

Thu 03 May Bristol v Man City

Tue 08 May Liverpool v Man City

Sun 13 May Arsenal v Man City

Wed 16 May Man City v Yeovil

Sun 20 May Man City v Everton

Man City can also finish the season with 44 points and are also very likely to qualify for the Champions League

 

3 Reading  28 points +19 ( 2 games to play)

Sat 12 May Reading v Liverpool

Sun 20 May Birmingham v Reading

Reading can finish the season with 34 points. They would need a miracle ( giant collapse from all the other teams) to finish in the top two places

 

4 Arsenal  28 points + 12 ( 3 games to play)

Sun 13 May Arsenal v Man City

Wed 16 May Sunderland v Arsenal

Sun 20 May Bristol v Arsenal

Arsenal can finish the season with 37 points. They could finish in third place but unlikely to finish it the top two.

 

5 Birmingham 26 points +10 ( 3 games to play)

Wed 9 May Chelsea v Birmingham

Sun 13 May Everton v Birmingham City

Sun 20 May Birmingham v Reading

Birmingham  can finish the season with 35 points. They could finish in third place with their current form.

 

6 Liverpool 25 points +6 ( 3 games to play)

Tue 08 May Liverpool v Man City

Sat 12 May Reading v Liverpool

Sun 20 May Liverpool v Chelsea

Liverpool  can finish the season with 34 points. They will have a big say in the Champions League title race.

 

 

 

Published by Sylvain

women's football fan since 1998

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