What Remains To Be Determined By The Biggest Leagues In Europe?
With just a few games remaining, the 2022-23 season on the Old Continent is drawing to a close. There are one or two days left to play and many clubs in With just a few games remaining, the 2022-23 European leagues are drawing to a close with just one or two days left to play. Many clubs in England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France are at stake for titles, qualification and standing in Europe's First Division. Manchester City have already secured their first place in the Champions League since 2016-17, while Liverpool will finish fifth and take one of the two UEFA Europa League qualifying spots if they beat Liverpool. Brighton & Hove Albion (62, +20) secured second place with a home draw against Man City on Thursday, West Ham United will also qualify for the Europa League if they win the final against Fiorentina in the UEFA Europa Conference League final. Southampton and Leicester City have their fate sealed, while Southampton and Leeds United are in pole position and are guaranteed to qualify if Southampton and Everton draw or lose. Borussia Dortmund (70) and Bayern Munich (68) are locked in a two-horse Bundesliga title race that will conclude with questions on Saturday.
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With just a few games remaining, the 2022-23 season on the Old Continent is drawing to a close. There are one or two days left to play and many clubs in England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France are at stake for titles, qualification and standing in Europe’s First Division.
This course is exactly what is left to play in the Premier League, LaLiga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1.
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Title: Manchester City (89 points) became champions last weekend when Arsenal (81) lost to Nottingham Forest.
Champions League: Arsenal have already secured their first place in the Champions League since 2016-17, and were joined on Monday by Newcastle United (70). A draw at home to Leicester sent the Magpies into Europe’s top flight for the first time in 21 years. Manchester United sealed their place with a win over Chelsea on Thursday.
Europa League: Liverpool will finish fifth and take one of the two UEFA Europa League qualifying spots. Brighton & Hove Albion (62, +20) secured second place with a home draw against Man City on Thursday. West Ham United will also qualify for the Europa League if they beat Fiorentina in the UEFA Europa Conference League final.
League Cup: Aston Villa are in pole position and guaranteed to qualify if they beat Brighton at home. If Villa draw, Tottenham Hotspur (57, +4) will overtake them with a win against Leeds. If Villa lose, Spurs will be ahead of them with a win/draw. But Brentford (56, +11) could slip into seventh place; The bees must kill the man at home, and hope neither the Villa nor the shoes to win.
Relegation: Southampton (24) already have their fate sealed, and Leeds United (31, -27), Leicester City (31, -18) and Everton (33, -24) can still be saved. He knows that Verton will guarantee safety at home against Bournemouth. If Everton draw or lose, Leicester can top them with a home win against West Ham. Leeds must push Spurs after losing to Verton and Leicester. If Everton draw, Leeds will need to push Spurs by three goals to have a chance.
Headline: Borussia Dortmund (70) and Bayern Munich (68) are locked in a two-horse Bundesliga title race that will conclude with questions on Saturday. BVB in the driver’s seat: After Bayern lost to RB Leipzig on Saturday, Dortmund moved two points clear at the top by beating FC Augburg 3-0 on Sunday. Tremona will be champions if they beat Mainz at home on Saturday, or if they lose the draw and beat Bayern. Bayern must pick up three points against FC Cologne and hope to draw or lose to Tremont.
Champions League: Along with Dortmund and Bayern, RB Leipzig (63) also qualified. That leaves the space of Union Berlin (59) or SC Freiburg free (59). Union, which is home to Werder Bremen, should only equal or better the result of SC Freiburg, which will undergo Eintracht Frankfurt.
Europa League: Union or Freiburg will occupy the Europa League draw, the second spot is tied with the German Cup. If RB Leipzig wins the final, the Bundesliga will take sixth place in the UEL; if Eintracht Frankfurt raises the trophy, the UEL will go.
Achaici interview: As it stands, the sixth goes to the UECL. Bayer Leverkusen (50), VfL Wolfsburg (49) and Eintracht Frankfurt (47) are mathematically in contention, although the goal difference means the best Frankfurt can hope for is seventh. Leverkusen will finish sixth if they beat VfL Bochum, while Wolfsburg play at home against Hertha Berlin. Wolfsburg will be sixth if they win and Leverkusen draw/lose; or if Wolfsburg draws and Leverkusen loses by two or more goals. UECL will qualify for seventh place if Leipzig wins the German Cup. The only realistic way Frankfurt could finish seventh is with a loss and a loss to Wolfsburg.
Relegation: Hertha Berlin (26) was the first club to be rejected, it was decided to leave the automatic spot, and the second in the relegation playoff against the Bundesliga 2 side, with five sticks still in danger of failing out. An automatic place for Schalke 04 (31, -34), VfB Stuttgart (32, -35), Bochum (32, -12) or FC Augsburg (34, -19), although in reality the goal means the difference. the first three clubs are concerned. Schalke have a tough task against Leipzig and they must win to be completely safe. Bochum also has a difficult game against Leverkusen. Meanwhile, Stuttgart hosts Hoffenheim.
Augsburg could fall into the relegation playoffs if they lose to Borussia Monchengladbach, with both Stuttgart and Bochum winning. TSG Hoffenheim (35, -9) has a mathematical chance of making it into the playoffs, but is also safe on goal difference.
Headline: Barcelona formally became LaLiga champions for the first time in four years when they beat rivals Espanyol 4-2 in the local derby earlier this month.
Champions League: Real Madrid (74) and Atlético de Madrid (73) join Barça in the Champions League. With two games to play, Real Sociedad (68) is almost certain to occupy last place. Villarreal (63) must win the remaining two games and Real must not add more than one point. Sevilla face Roma in the Europa League final, so they could claim a place in the Champions League if they beat the Italian team.
Europa League: Villarreal takes first place, and second almost certainly for Real Betis (56). Betis has a six-point advantage over both Osasuna (50) and Club Atlético (50).
League Cup: Six clubs could still finish seventh. After Athletic and Osasuna with 50 points, they follow Girona (49), then Sevilla (49), Mallorca (47) and Rayo Vallecano (46).
If Sevilla win the UEL and finish seventh, LaLiga will not have a team in the UECL. If Sevilla win the UEL and finish eighth or lower, LaLiga will have eight teams in Europe (five in the Champions League).
Relegation: In the bottom of Elche (20,-38) relegated at the beginning of May. Two more teams fall; Espanyol (35, -17), Verus Vallisoleti (38, -30), Cádiz (38, -24), Getafe (38, -12), Almería (39, -16), Celta de Vigo (40, -10) . and Valencia (40, -3) is in danger.
Title: Napoli won their first Scudetto in 33 years against Udinese on May 4.
Champions League: With Juventus (59, +23) having lost 10 points for the incorrect account of the club’s transfer transactions, the race in the UCL is not as intense as it could be. Sabinos (68) reserved his ticket, leaving two places at stake. Internazionale (66) have enjoyed a good run and need two points from two games. AC Milan (64) moved up to fourth place and favorites at the bottom of the UCL. Atalanta (61), AS Roma (60) and Juve still need to qualify.
Europa League and Conference League: Whoever is relegated from the UCL above, finishing fifth and sixth, will go to the UEL, with seventh to the UECL.
Fiorentina (11th) will qualify for the Europa League if they beat West Ham in this year’s UEFACL final, Italy will return to eight clubs in Europe next season.
Relegation: Sampdoria are relegated with four games remaining, followed by Cremonense’s Mexican Johan Vázquez. Hellas Verona (30, -26), Spezia (31, -26) and Lecce (33, -13) will fight to avoid being the last team relegated.
Headline: Paris Saint-Germain are six points clear of second-placed Lens with two games remaining. PSG will be champions on Saturday if they avoid defeat against Argentoratum, or if they take Lent under three points against AC Ajaccio.
Champions League: PSG have secured their place in the group stage, with Lens almost certain to finish second. Marseille will qualify for the playoffs unless Lens overtakes them.
Europa League and Conference League: Toulouse has already qualified by winning the French Cup. That means it will be fourth in UEL and fifth in UECL. AS Monaco (65) is fourth ahead of Lille (63) and Rennais Stade (62); two of these clubs are eligible for European competition.
Relegation: Ligue 1 will be reduced from 20 clubs to 18 from the 2023-24 season, four will be sent this season to ease the transition. Andegavens, Ajaccio, and Troyes are already about to perish. The last club to lose the category will go between Nannetes or AJ Autissiodorense.