Manchester United put life back into their top four chase with victory in the Manchester derby this weekend.
Goals from Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay secured the bragging rights over Manchester City and extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 10 games.
But will it be enough to get them into the top four?
With a potential spot for fifth place available in next season’s Champions League because of City’s FFP ban, it has become one of the hottest races for European football in some time.
Even the likes of Sheffield United and Burnley would still consider themselves in the race for one of the ultimate prizes.
But who will make the top four? We asked our team of reporters who they currently think will make the cut.
Manchester United are on the cusp of the top four once again after an emphatic win
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Paul Brown Liverpool Manchester City Leicester Chelsea
Chelsea have the edge because they have the points in the bag already and the only other top six club they still have to visit is a Liverpool team that will almost certainly have won the title by then.
Their next two fixtures, away at Aston Villa and West Ham, are both against teams fighting for their lives and look like big potential banana skins.
But Chelsea have tended to do well on the road this season and they look favourites to finish fourth, with the top three unlikely to change.
Mason Mount is hoping to lead Chelsea into the top four
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Chris McKenna Liverpool Man City Leicester Man Utd
It is obviously going to go down to the wire between Chelsea and Manchester United while you can’t rule out Wolves or even Sheffield United behind them.
But I feel United have just found some consistency and confidence at the right time thanks to the arrival of Bruno Fernandes.
They currently trail Chelsea but Sunday’s win over City was huge.