The race to qualify for the Champions League is well and truly on.
Clubs are desperate to play in Europe's elite competition every season and that means finishing as high as possible in the table.
In the big leagues, it's usually the top three or four teams that make it - depending on each associations coefficient - so predicting Champions League qualification is always very tough.
But this season its especially interesting in terms of the Premier League thanks to Manchester City.
As it stands, Pep Guardiola's side are banned from the competition for two years after breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
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So, who will take their place? Well, the website FiveThirtyEight have been crunching the numbers and worked out each team's current probability of Champions League qualification.
Let's start with the Premier League, before taking a look at teams from Europe's other top five leagues:
Liverpool | 100% chance (already qualified)
Manchester City | 0% chance (currently banned)
Leicester City | 98% chance
Chelsea | 81% chance
Tottenham | 42% chance
Manchester United | 23% chance
Wolves | 22% chance
Sheffield United | 17% chance
Everton | 11% chance
Arsenal | 2% chance
Burnley | 1% chance
Every other Premier League team has less than 1% chance of qualification.
La Liga teams:
Real Madrid | More than 99% chance
Barcelona | More than 99% chance
Getafe | 58% chance
Atletico Madrid | 54% chance
Sevilla | 44% chance
Real Sociedad | 20% chance
Villarreal | 13% chance
Valencia | 8% chance
Athletic Bilbao | 1% chance
Every other La Liga team has less than 1% chance of qualification.
Serie A teams:
Juventus | More than 99% chance
Inter Milan | 98% chance
Lazio | 97% chance
Atalanta | 85% chance
Roma | 15% chance
Napoli | 2% chance
AC Milan | 2% chance
Every other Serie A team has less than 1% chance of qualification.
Bayern Munich | More than 99% chance
RB Leipzig | 96% chance
Borussia Dortmund | 86% chance
Borussia Monchengladbach | 67% chance
Bayer Leverkusen | 44% chance
Schalke 04 | 5% chance
Every other Bundesliga team has less than 1% chance of qualification.
Ligue 1 teams:
Paris Saint-Germain | More than 99% chance
Marseille | 86% chance
Lille | 41% chance
Rennes | 26% chance
Monaco | 17% chance
Lyon | 14% chance
Strasbourg | 6% chance
Montpellier | 5% chance
Bordeaux | 2% chance
Nice | 1% chance
Nantes | 1% chance
Every other Ligue 1 team has less than 1% chance of qualification.
As you can see, the race to reach the Champions League really is hotting up in all of Europe's top five leagues.
We have to give a special mention to Sheffield United.
The newly-promoted Premier League side statistically have a better chance of making the competition than the likes of Napoli, Roma and Valencia.
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