Premier League table, standings, results: Liverpool, Chelsea finish in top four; Leicester blow UCL chance

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The 2020-21 Premier League season is in the books. Manchester City clinched the title earlier in May, but there was still plenty at stake on the season’s final day. Three teams — Chelsea, Leicester City and Liverpool — entered Championship Sunday battling for two Champions League qualification spots. Liverpool and Chelsea took those spots as Leicester faltered against Spurs.

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The final table can be found below. The top four positions will head directly to the UEFA Champions League in 2021-22, fifth place heads to 2021-22 Europa League, and 18th, 19th and 20th places are relegated to EFL Championship.

1.

Manchester City

38

27

5

6

+51

86

2.

Manchester United

38

21

11

6

+29

74

3.

Liverpool

38

20

9

9

+26

69

4.Chelsea3819109+2267

5.

Leicester City

38

20

6

12

+18

66

6. West Ham United3819811+15657.Tottenham Hotspur3818812+23628.Arsenal3818713+16619.Leeds United3818515+85910.Everton3817813-15911.Aston Villa3816715+955

12.

Newcastle

38

12

9

17

-16

45

13.Wolves3812917-1645

14.

Crystal Palace

38

12

8

18

-25

44

15.Southampton3812719-214316.Brighton3891415-641

17.

Burnley

38

10

9

19

-22

39

18.

Fulham

38

5

13

20

-26

28

19.

West Brom

38

5

11

22

-41

26

20.

Sheffield United

38

7

2

29

-43

23

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