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PremierLeague-News.Com - After Chelsea's defeat to Arsenal Jamie Redknapp belives West Ham still have a shot at Champions League football next season
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Jamie Redknapp believes that Chelsea's defeat to Arsenal on Wednesday night has left the door open for West Ham to qualify for next season's Champions League. The Blues had the chance to move nine points clear of West Ham had they won at Stamford Bridge and open up an almost insurmountable gap between them and the Hammers. David Moyes' team have three games remaining and can finish the season with a maximum of 67 points, Chelsea currently have 64 points with two games remaining for Thomas Tuchel's side. The Blues currently have a goal difference that is 12 better than West Ham's so one win from their two remaining games should be enough for Chelsea to finish above the Hammers. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Tuchel's remaining games, against Leicester City and Aston Villa, are sandwiched between an FA Cup Final and Champions League final, so there is some hope for Hammers fans that the Blues fail to win either of their remaining league games with their minds elsewhere. Leicester only need one win from their two remaining games to secure a finish ahead of the Hammers but face a tough end to the season with a trip to Chelsea and the visit of Spurs. Read More Related Articles Seven players including Man Utd ace and Chelsea fringe star West Ham are tipped to sign Read More Related Articles Graham Potter reveals admiration for David Moyes after touching moment between the pair Liverpool still have four matches remaining in their run-in and are currently just one point behind West Ham.
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. "If Liverpool win tomorrow, the rest of the games, you can look at those and think they can get maximum points from them. It might make them favourites to sneak into one of those top four places," he told Sky Sports.
"It’s so unpredictable, you don’t know what’s going to happen. It’s a brilliant night for Leicester, Liverpool and West Ham - they’ll still believe they’ve got a chance because we all predicted that Chelsea would get three points today. "Liverpool have got such a big game [against Manchester United] and if they can get three points you start to believe they can actually do it."
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