WEST HAM LOSE TOP FOUR GRIP
The loss against Chelsea has seen West Ham United drop to fifth on the Premier League table. The Hammers are now three points below the Blues and with just five games left in the league it seems quite a task to get back into the top four. David Moyes’s only hope would that Chelsea drop points later on, however, given the form the Blues have been in lately it seems highly unlikely to be the case.
It was quite a run from West Ham this season in the Premier League, however, as the things stand, a fourth-place finish looks more realistic on the cards now.
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A MOUNTAIN FOR LIVERPOOL TO CLIMB NOW
Chelsea’s win against West Ham means that Liverpool are now four points away from breaking it into the top four. With five games left in the league, it seems highly unlikely that the 2019/20 UEFA Champions League winners will be playing the elite competition next season. Jurgen Klopp and his squad face the possible risk of not playing in Europe next season as they are currently a point below fifth-place West Ham.