Alan McInally has given his Premier League top-four prediction
Chelsea look like they might crusied to the Premier League title this season, currently eight points clear at the top with 13 games to go.
But the race for a top-four spot, and with it crucial qualification for the Champions League, is well and truly on.
Manchester City are second on 52 points, with Tottenham third ahead of fourth-placed Arsenal with 50 points.
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All-time Premier League points table from 1992/93 until February 12 2017
Outside the top four sit Liverpool in fifth a point behind the Gunners, while Manchester United are a point and a place behind them.
But former Scotland striker Alan McInally has opted for Arsenal and Manchester United as the clubs he thinks will miss out.
"Chelsea, Man City, Spurs and Liverpool," the 54-year-old said when asked on Sky Sports for his top-four prediction.
Jose Mourinho has had a mixed first season at Manchester United
Manchester United have won just 13 games of their 25 in the league so far, the lowest of all the top-four contenders.
And McInally reckons Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho will not be happy with his first season at Old Trafford.
"I think Jose will be frustrated the way things have gone," McInally added.
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