Paul Pogba escapes the attentions of Aaron Ramsey.

The run-in: United's race for a top-four place

The battle for a top-four place in the 2018/19 Premier League looks set to go right down to the wire.

Manchester United are currently fifth in the table, two points adrift of Arsenal. Tottenham are a single point ahead of their north London neighbours in third position while fellow capital club Chelsea remain very much in the mix in sixth, a point adrift of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men.

Liverpool and Manchester City are clear at the top and, unless something extraordinary happens, appear set to scrap it out for the title.

Of course, United and Spurs also have Champions League commitments, while Arsenal and Chelsea are pursuing Europa League glory - and another possible avenue into next season's Champions League.

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Marcus Rashford is tackled.
United will face Cardiff City on the final day of the Premier League season.

So, with eight league games left for each of the clubs, what does the run-in have in store? We take a club-by-club look...

UNITED

Sat 30 March - Watford (H)
Tues 2 April - Wolves (A)
Sat 13 April - West Ham (H)
Sun 21 April - Everton (A)
Wed 24 April - Man City (H)
Sun 28 April - Chelsea (H)
Sat 4 May - Huddersfield (A) *
Sun 12 May - Cardiff City (H)

TOTTENHAM

Sun 31 March - Liverpool (H)
Wed 3 April - Crystal Palace (H)
Sat 13 April - Huddersfield (H)
Sat 20 April - Man City (A)
Sat 27 April - West Ham (H)
Sat 4 May - Bournemouth (A) * 
Sun 12 May - Everton (H)

DATE TBC - Brighton (H)

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Ander Herrera.
Ander Herrera takes on four Tottenham players during our 1-0 win at Wembley.

ARSENAL

Mon 1 April - Newcastle (H)
Sun 7 April - Everton (A)
Mon 15 April - Watford (A)
Sat 20 April - Crystal Palace (H)
Mon 29 April - Leicester City (A)
Sat 4 May - Brighton (H) *
Sun 12 May - Burnley (A)

DATE TBC - Wolves (A)

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Eric Bailly clash during our home draw with Arsenal in December.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Eric Bailly clash during our home draw with Arsenal in December.

CHELSEA

Sun 31 Mar - Cardiff City (A)
Mon 8 April - West Ham (H)
Sun 14 April - Liverpool (A)
Mon 22 April - Burnley (H)
Sun 28 April - United (A)
Sat 4 May - Watford (H) *
Sun 12 May - Leicester City (A)

DATE TBC - Brighton (H)

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Willian and Luke Shaw.
Willian and Luke Shaw fight for the ball during our 2-2 draw at Chelsea in the Premier League.

* = Fixture is still subject to change for live television coverage.

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