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Which team needs to make the Champions League most: Manchester City, Liverpool or Arsenal?

Which team needs to make the Champions League most: Manchester City, Liverpool or Arsenal?

There's just one last match left in the season. Chelsea have wrapped up the Premier League title and Spurs have locked up second place, but there are still two Champions League spots up for grabs.

The Premier League may have been long sealed, with Chelsea crowned champions of England for the sixth time in their history, but across the continent La Liga enters into its final day with everything still to play for. Eden Hazard admits Chelsea lacked motivation last season and says the Premier League champions will be "in trouble" next term should they let standards slip.

Chelsea are Champions. Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City have been relegated. Tottenham have Champions League football. Manchester City have all but secured Champions League football. KIERAN GILL: Millwall won the League One lottery at Wembley Stadium as a late Steve Morison strike in this play-off final secured them promotion to the Championship.

Chelsea are champions. We know which three sides are going down. The only thing to look out for on the final day of the season is the battle between Liverpool and Arsenal for that final Champions League place. So, exeter Chiefs go through to their second consecutive Premiership final. Now, can they go one better? Over to the Ricoh Arena to find out who they will be facing.

SEOUL, South Korea -- England defeated six-time champions Argentina 3-0 on the opening day of the 2017 Under-20 World Cup on Saturday for their first win in the tournament since 1997. Arsenal's priority is simple on the final day of the Premier League season. The Gunners must beat Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday and hope for other results to go their way in order to qualify for next season's UEFA Champions League.

It was a difficult decision for head coach Mike Sullivan. One he didn't take lightly. Which goaltender would he start in Game 4 against the Ottawa Senators? Antonio Conte sets two objectives for champions Chelsea in their final match of the season against relegated Sunderland. On 19th May 2012, Chelsea beat Bayern Munich on penalties to claim their first UEFA Champions League crown.
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