Harry Redknapp predicts the Premier League's top four

Harry Redknapp doesn't feel Manchester United or Tottenham Hotspur will be strong enough for a top four place.

Former Tottenham Hotspur and Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast Show for talkSPORT yesterday who he feels will be in the top four of the Premier League by the end of the season.

There’s an extremely competitive group of clubs competing for a Champions League place for next season and Redknapp has revealed who he feels has it in them to pull it off.

“I think Chelsea and Manchester City are strong, Arsenal, I think Arsenal are playing well,” said Redknapp.

“I also think Liverpool will get in there.”

The comments suggest Redknapp doesn’t feel Manchester United and Southampton are strong enough to maintain their challenge in and around the top four.

It also suggests that he doesn’t feel Tottenham have the strength to play consistently over the rest of the season though Spurs do have an alternative route into the Champions League via the Europa League, if they pull off a win.

Chelsea and Manchester City look likely to battle for the Premier League title over the rest of the season and it’s probably still too early to judge the rest of the pack.

This weekend sees games between Tottenham and Arsenal and Everton and Liverpool, which give fans a chance to judge the fight those teams have in the battle for a top four place.

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