Who will be playing Champions League football next season?

Race for an EPL top 4 finish is on

Who will make the EPL top 4 and the end of the season?

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  • Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal look to be the three to beat at the top of the EPL.
  • The race is on behind them to complete the top 4.
  • Aston Villa have been leading the charge under Unai Emery.
  • Tottenham and Manchester United are also firmly in the hunt.

Cracking the top 4 and all of the riches that come with it is a huge deal in the Premier League and once again this season, lots of sides are firmly in contention. 
Champions Manchester City, along with Liverpool and Arsenal look to be the three sides battling it out for the title once more this term. 
However, one spot in the top 4 remains very much up for grabs and there are a whole host of sides in pursuit of the Champions League dream next year. 

Villa on the charge 

Unai Emery’s rebuilding job at Aston Villa has been superb over the past 12 months and the Spaniard has positioned his side firmly in the top 4 contention. 
Fueled by the goals of Ollie Watkins, Villa have been on fire this season, picking up home wins against the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal. 
They have become a side to bank on with many EPL betting sites and they are currently occupying 4th spot in the Premier League table. 
At $2.25 with GetSetBet to finish in the top 4, it could be a season to remember for Aston Villa. 
Spurs back in the big time 

One of the stories of the Premier League season so far has been the impact of Ange Postecoglou at Tottenham and Spurs have been keeping up pace. 
With their entertaining brand of football and goals flying in at both ends, Spurs look better placed than they have been in recent seasons to break the Champions League spots. 
Tottenham are currently the favourites to finish inside the top 4 at $1.80 with MidasBet
Too little, too late? 

Both Manchester United and Newcastle United endured forgettable starts to their respective EPL seasons but they still have time to turn things around. 
Manchester United do look to have turned a corner since the start of 2024, with their young guns firing and they could force their way into contention at $11.00 with BoomBet
Meanwhile, Newcastle finished in the top 4 last season and with some improved results on Tyneside too, Eddie Howe’s side cannot be discarded at $21.00 at TopSport.