David Moyes has made his Premier League top four prediction

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has revealed how he sees the Premier League top four at the end of the season. Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham remain in the hunt for the remaining two Champions League qualification spots. Manchester United suffered humiliation at Everton as the Toffees thumped them 4-0 at Goodison Park on Sunday with Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott all on target for the hosts. United have lost six of their past eight games in all competitions and are sixth in the Premier League.  Now the Red Devils need to rely on other sides around them slipping up at some point from now until May. Five years ago, on this day, April 22 Moyes was sacked by United after just 10 months in charge of the club and he only lost 2-0 against Everton in his last match on the charge. "I think the outsiders would be Manchester United at the moment," Moyes told Flow Sports. "If I was pushed I would probably go for Arsenal, I think they might just make it with the games they’ve got. But I couldn’t be sure because Arsenal are inconsistent as well. "I think Chelsea will be there or thereabouts but I don’t know if they look like they’ve set their sights on the Europa League final, trying to get through and winning it as a way to get to the Champions League. Arsenal have done remarkably well, but that’s what we’re saying about United as well, so have United in the last three months, done remarkably well. "I think that it’s just so difficult to call. But Arsenal at home, the only reason I where would say it wouldn’t be is because when Arsenal are away from home. I saw their performance against Everton [at Goodison Park], it was really poor. But I think Arsenal, where they are, might be the ones to make it." Chelsea host Burnley on Monday night before Tottenham are back in action on Tuesday and Manchester United and Arsenal complete the midweek action on Wednesday.

Source- The Mirror

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