Form Alexis Sanchez keeps Arsenal in race, Manchester City all but there

Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal are now battling for third and fourth places.

Manchester United can't catch the top five, so can only make the Champions League by winning the Europa League final. But counting points before you have them is really silly, so we will not do this.

"We want to do this, we want to be successful".

As you can see from the table above, the three clubs are now separated by three points, a five-goal swing in goal difference and just one goal scored.

Klopp said: "I don't think we need different kinds of descriptions for this game, so it's a "cup final" or a "World Cup final" or that it's the most important game of however many years and everything". They always finish in the top four - and by definition that means Liverpool slipping up.

If Arsenal win their final game against Everton, and Liverpool is beaten by already relegated Middlesbrough, the Gunners will overtake Jurgen Klopp's side to sit at the fourth position with 75 points.

"If we win we will be in the Champions League, so the prize is big".

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"We would be very disappointed, if we did not qualify for the Champions League", Klopp added.

For the hosts, winger Nathan Redmond will be determined to get on the scoresheet in successive Premier League fixtures after netting at the Riverside. A draw would also be enough to force a one-game playoff if the team's goal difference was to be the same.

Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring his side's first goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Sunderland at the Emirates Stadium in London, Tuesday, May 16, 2017.

"When I saw the reaction from Willy, I understood immediately that it was two touches", City manager Pep Guardiola, whose side finish with matches against West Bromwich Albion and Watford, told reporters. Whether they would be playing off for third or fourth place would depend on Liverpool's result against Middlesbrough (again, it's extremely improbable, so don't worry too much about it).

"It is a hard situation, we don't know what happens with the boss", he said.

"We are all in the same boat and the captain is Arsenal, we need to fight for this club and don't think about what is happening with the boss or the players".

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