European League (July 17): Updated news, standings and fixtures
The Premier League champions Liverpool and Manchester City, who will finish second, have already reserved their positions in the next season Champions League, said BBC.
Chelsea, Leicester and Manchester United are rivaling for the final two Champions League stage spots, although Wolves can qualify.
Chelsea, who are one point clear of fifth place, needs four more points from their final two games to enter the top four.
Leicester City are in the fourth Champions League position. They won 2-0 over Sheffield United. Manchester United will guarantee to enter top four if they win the final two games.
The teams who finish fifth and sixth will qualify for next season Europa League. FA Cup semi-finalist Arsenal are currently ninth in the league.
Chelsea, Leicester City or Manchester United will end up in the Europa League. Arsenal will be guaranteed an Europa League if they win the FA Cup, and they face Manchester City in the semi-finals on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur will be guaranteed a seventh place if they win the final two games, but they need Wolves to drop points if they do not want to worry about the FA Cup winner.
Real Madrid have been confirmed as Spanish champions for a record 34th time after winning 2-1 over Villarreal on Thursday, informed Mirror.
This was their 10th successive victory at home to Villarreal as Zinedine Zidane guided the post-Galacticos generation to his second league title.
With only one round of matches left to play, Los Blancos went seven points clear at the top of the table ahead of Barca, whose form and finances have been ruined by the coronavirus.
On Wednesday AC Milan won over Parma in Serie A, keeping their hopes for a Europa League next season alive. Table-toppers Juventus had a 3-3 draw against Sassuolo.
Juventus were left disappointed by a spirited Sassuolo at the Mapei Stadium. However, with 77 points, they still stand seven points clear of Atlanta at the top of the Serie A points table.
Inter Milan eased past bottom side on Thursday, winning 4-0 away to move second in Serie A and close the gap on leader Juventus to six points with five games left, according to Sports Star.
Therefore, Antonio Conte’s Inter has 71 points from 33 games while Juventus, who are chasing a ninth successive title, has 77 points.
Currently, Inter Milan has slashed five points off the difference between itself and the Turin side in the last three games.
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