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Why Christian Pulisic Is Right To Claim That Chelsea Can Still Make Top 4 This Season

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American Winger Christian Pulisic is positive about Chelsea’s chance of playing in the UEFA Champions League next season by finishing in the top 4 spots on the Premier league table this season.

 

Chelsea is currently in the second half of Premier League table because of a run of bad performance towards the ending of last year and the beginning of this year. The West London club was able to win back-to-back Premier League games for the first time since October last year after Beating Leeds United and Leicester City in March before the International break.

Mathematically, Chelsea still has a valid chance to make top 4 at the end of this season. The inconsistent performance of other clubs that are above Chelsea on the Premier league table, like Tottenham Hotspurs, is another reason why it’s possible for the Blues to play in Europe next season, and Christian Pulisic also believes that it’s a possibility.

In a recent interview with Chelsea’s in-house media, the Former Borussia Dortmund Star said: “If you string a couple of wins together, it’s possible. We still have to play the teams above us. Anything is possible, and we are going to keep fighting.”

Christian Pulisic believes that a run of good results can get Chelsea a spot in the top 4 by this season’s end. The fact that Chelsea is also playing against other teams that are above them on the Premier league table is an advantage.

Newcastle United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Brentford, Manchester United, Brighton and Liverpool are all currently above Chelsea on the Premier league table.

This could be an opportunity for Chelsea to chop points off this team so as to climb up but, it can only be possible if they remain consistent by winning all their games. They already bottled their chance to move to the 9th position on the Premier league table by losing points against Everton on Saturday.

 

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