With only three spaces up for grabs, who will finish in the top 3?
So far it is looking like Manchester United and Chelsea will fulfil two of them spots, with Arsenal or Manchester City joining them.
The Gunners sit 4th with 41 points, which is 3 points below Manchester City, but they do have 2 games in hand over them.
With Manchester City losing away to Liverpool last weekend, it has opened the doors more for Jonas Eidevall's side to jump into 3rd and take the final Champions League spot.
Manchester City are also in for another hard game as they play top of the table and rivals Manchester United away on the 21st May. Then on the last game of the season, they will play Everton at home, to finish their campaign.
Another issue to add to Manchester City top 3 charge is their goal differences as it is significantly lower than the teams around them.
With their goal difference being plus 25 and Arsenal are on plus 30.
Arsenal are set to play Brighton and Hove Albion away in their next match. If they get all the 3 points they will overtake Manchester City and sit 3rd.
The Gunners main issues is their injury list, and how it is still increasing, as they are still without, Leah Williamson, Beth Mead, Vivianne Miedema, Kim Little and Laura Weinroither, Cailtin Foord and Steph Catley.
With Arsenal’s great run in the Champions League this year, by getting to the semi-finals with a crowd of 60,000 at the Emirates, they will be looking to qualify and go one further next year.
On the other hand, for Manchester City, they got knocked out back in August in the qualifying rounds at home to Real Madrid.
Will it be Man City or Arsenal who take the third place spot?