Manchester City’s success in overturning its Champions League ban on Monday means that only 2 spots are open for champions league qualification. Chelsea, Manchester United and Leicester City are now fighting for two qualifying spots instead of three with two weeks of the season remaining.
The fight for a top-five finish has reverted back to needing to be in the top four to join champion Liverpool and City, already secured in second place, in earning tens of millions of dollars in UEFA prize money next season.
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