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Reasons Why Arsenal & Spurs 'May Play Champions League Football Next Season

Arsenal is now fourth in the Premier League, only one point behind Chelsea. In the standings, Tottenham is also fifth, four points behind Arsenal. Arsenal and Tottenham seem to be the teams most likely to finish in the top four with three games left in the season. 

As soon as Thursday, when the Gunners play Conte's team at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. We also look at why Arsenal and Tottenham might still be able to play in the Champions League next season. 

First of all, both the Gunners and the Spurs are in good shape after big wins last weekend. Assuming Tottenham Hotspur beats Arsenal in their next game and gets all three points. 

With two games left in the season, they will be one point behind the Gunners. And if Chelsea loses to Leeds United, which is in danger of going down, Spurs will be two points behind Chelsea. This is a very important game for Tuchel. 

Leicester City and Watford will be Tuchel's next two opponents. Burnley and Norwich City will also be in the same league as Tottenham. Both Spurs can win these games with how they are doing right now. Newcastle United and Everton are also teams that Arsenal has to play. 

If Chelsea loses both of their games, they will be in a very bad situation, especially since. Sunsport says that Alonso is unhappy with the player who came in for him at halftime against Wolves. Some of the players are also upset that Rudiger and Christensen, who played for Denmark, left the club for free. 

Kante, Jorginho, Ben Chilwell, and Callum Hudson-Odoi are all hurt Blues players. These are the problems that are keeping the team from getting along well enough to win games. This weekend, Chelsea will play Liverpool in the FA Cup finals, so they could get hurt again.

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