Fight for fourth: Five reasons Liverpool will pip Manchester United to Champions League spot

2) More generous fixtures

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It’s close, but Liverpool perhaps have the easier looking games between now and the end of the season, with the Reds taking on a Chelsea side with nothing to play for this weekend before a home game against Crystal Palace and an away trip to Stoke City. None are a given, of course, but if Liverpool can continue their momentum from beating Queens Park Rangers and show their best form, this is perfectly doable. United, meanwhile, are away at Crystal Palace and Hull City, whilst facing Arsenal in between, who are also keen to make sure they finish as high as possible.

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