Predict the final Premier League results and share the European verdict for Manchester United

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Interim manager Ralf Rangnick has accepted defeat in the quest for Champions League qualification – even though his Manchester United side can still mathematically book their place in Europe’s marquee competition for next season. But will they welcome Erik ten Hag to Old Trafford with a nice surprise?

Losses to Liverpool and Arsenal mean United are sixth in the Premier League table with 54 points. However, the Gunners (60 points) and Tottenham (58 points) both have a game in hand over United as well as those scoring advantages.

United will resume their revised Europa League charge against Chelsea on Thursday evening (7:45 p.m.). It is one of their four remaining fixtures as Brentford, Brighton and Crystal Palace also await by the end of the season. But how many more points will United win?

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Beyond the hastily rearranged tie against Chelsea, the Old Trafford giants welcome Brentford to Manchester on Monday May 2 (8pm) and conclude their campaign with away matches at Brighton (Saturday May 7) and Palace the last day (Sunday May 22). ).

Where do you think United will sit in the table by the end of the season? Our tool allows you to predict the outcome of every Premier League game and then see what the standings will look like. Predict the scores below and have your say in the comments section as well.

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