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Chelsea appointed Thomas Tuchel as the new club boss last week, and the new manager has managed four points from the last two games.
However, Chelsea have a huge task of finishing in the top four, with the Blues currently 7th in the league and 6 points behind fourth placed Leicester City.
Former Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp doesn’t really see Chelsea making top four, as he has backed Manchester United and Tottenham to join Manchester City and Liverpool at the top.
“Top four? Manchester City or Liverpool [will win it],” Redknapp told Sky Sports.
“I suppose Manchester City are favourites. I was with Liverpool but I think Manchester City probably. There’s two runners Man City and liverpool and then Manchester United and Tottenham.
“I do like Leicester, Brendan Rodgers has done a fantastic job there. They’re the team that could break into it and Chelsea have good players but I’m sticking with Manchester United and Tottenham as third and fourth.”