Only four points separate Tottenham in third and Chelsea in sixth, but the Blues also have a game in hand at home to Brighton, where victory would allow them to move level on points with Arsenal in fourth.
ARSENAL MANAGER Unai Emery was delighted with his team's performance as they beat Manchester United to return to the top four, thus ending Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's unbeaten run in the Premier League (March 10).
With Tottenham's title challenge realistically over, their goals are to progress in the Champions League and hold off Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea to qualify again next season.
- Spurs running out of steam? "The manager gave me the time and when I got the chance, I played good, so he said, "you will stay in goal". The defeat on Sunday was United's first in the league since Ole took over the interim role in December.
"Maybe we need to understand that it is our limit to be there (fighting for top four)".
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"We have won games we have not deserved to win, and today we lost a game we did not deserve to lose".
The graphic below shows the average number of points for each league position after 30 games in red, compared with the current totals in green - revealing how the top six clubs have broken away from the rest of the pack.
But Solskjaer has led United to 14 wins from 18 games in all competitions - and the quarter-finals of the Champions League - and his impressive performance in the role has sparked talk that he will be handed an extended contract.
I know a lot of Manchester United fans and I said to them, "You got an absolute bargain there - £20million for a player of his calibre - he's going to make your team much better".
"Tottenham, Arsenal [will finish in the top four]", Merson said on Sky Sports.
Fernando Torres joined Chelsea from Liverpool in 2011 and the Spaniard endured a really tough couple of seasons at Stamford Bridge.