Liverpool’s fate was already in their own hands, knowing that two wins would give them a top-four finish, but after Chelsea beat Leicester it’s even closer between the three sides.
Goals from Antonio Rudiger and Jorginho (pen) gave Chelsea the three points in a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, in a result that wasn’t entirely unexpected after the FA Cup final on Saturday.
What it means is that Chelsea leapfrog Brendan Rodgers’ side into third, on 67 points.
The Foxes are on 66 points, three points ahead of Liverpool.
Leicester face Tottenham at home in their final game on Sunday, and a win for them and two wins for Liverpool would see the two sides level on points.
It would then go down to goal difference for fourth spot, with Liverpool currently ahead by just one goal – which would be at least two goals going into Sunday if they beat Burnley on Wednesday night.