Where Man Utd sit in the top four based on the last 10 games, what does it mean for Liverpool? - gallery

Where would Manchester United place in the Premier League based on their last 10 results?

Manchester United are currently fourth in the Premier League table and are on track to securing their place in the Champions League next season, but there’s still some work to do.

The Reds are just one point ahead of bitter rivals Liverpool but they do have the advantage of a game in-hand. However, based on the form Jurgen Klopp’s side are in, there is a nervousness in the air. All Man United need to do to bank a top four finish is win their remaining three fixtures.

Erik ten Hag’s side will face Bournemouth on the road this weekend, before hosting back-to-back clashes at Old Trafford against Chelsea and Fulham. One slip up could cost them dearly though — if Liverpool continue their winning streak, they could snub United of fourth place.

With that being said, what would the Premier League table look like based on the last ten games? United have suffered three defeats during this time, who where does it leave them? Using this data, we’ve listed where each team would finish, including United and their top four rivals.