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The race for top four in the Premier League is getting more intense since the league resumed.
After three games played since resumption, Chelsea have gotten six points, Manchester United have gotten seven points and Leicester City have only amassed two points.
Wolves are another team who have been in good form, as they are just two points behind Chelsea and level on points with Manchester United.
Former Tottenham and Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp has backed United to make top four as he believes that Leicester City will drop out. Redknapp also rated Chelsea as unpredictable in the race for top four.
He said: “I’d be a fool if I said I fancy Bournemouth to get a result. I couldn’t pick many worse games to play at this stage of the season. Man United want that top-four spot.
“I think Leicester are starting to struggle, there’s a real opportunity now. They’ve really hit a brick wall, haven’t they?”
Redknapp added to MUTV: “I certainly see United finishing in the top four this year.
“They’re in form, they’re playing well, I can’t see them finishing outside of the four. They could even finish third I think, the way it’s looking at the moment.
“Leicester are struggling. I never know what I’m going to get with Chelsea and, as I say, I think Man United will finish in the top four.
“I think United will be in the top four, I think they’ll push on. They’ve made a couple of signings in the last year or so that have made a big difference.”