The Premier League 2033, top 4 is confirmed with still final match day to be played. Champions Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United, and Newcastle United are confirmed to play UEFA Champions League next season.
After all, in most sports finishing fourth isn’t considered any sort of success. That it is a lofty aspiration for many an English Premier League, and a critical bare minimum for several of them, takes some figuring out.
Now let us, take a look at the Premier League 2023, top 4 teams in detail:
1) Manchester City:
Manchester City came back after a poor start to the season to win the league with 12 match winning streak. Erling Haaland broke the Premier League scoring record with 35 goals in a single season.
Manchester City are on course to winning a treble with still an FA Cup final against Manchester United to play and UEFA Champions League final against Inter Milan.
After staying on top of the league for 244 days, Arsenal failed to win the league. For some, the Gunners overachieved this season with finishing second. Two-star players Gabriel Martinelli and Martin Odegaard both scoring more than 15 goals this season.
Mikel Arteta’s men gave their all but injuries to first-team players like William Saliba, Tomiyasu and Gabriel Jesus costed Arsenal their chance to the ultimate silverware.
3) Man United:
Erik ten Hag became the fifth permanent manager of the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era in the summer and joined Old Trafford with a reputation as an esoteric tactician, a man (supposedly) completely in tune with his playing philosophy and style of football. Man Utd fans are hopeful that he is the man to hoist the club up from the murk and make them a powerhouse once again.
After an inauspicious start, Ten Hag recorded four wins on the bounce and claimed the scalps of Arsenal and Liverpool in the process, only losing that run in defeat to Man City. Fast forward a few months and the Dutchman has really changed the mood in the North West, consolidating Man Utd’s position in the top four, exacting revenge on Pep Guardiola, reinventing Marcus Rashford as a consistent goal-getter, winning the EFL Cup and reaching the final of the FA Cup.
A win over Bournemouth at the weekend and dominant victory over Chelsea gives assured place for the Red Devils in next year’s UCL.
Expected to muscle their way into the traditional ‘Big Six’, Newcastle are the nouveau riche kids on the block. With pockets deeper than the Pacific, Eddie Howe has the infinite wealth to build a squad capable of pushing up the table and genuinely challenging the current hegemony. The club made its biggest-ever transfer with the £60m acquisition of Alexander Isak from Real Sociedad, and the Swede has started to burst into life at the right moment.
History!!!🖤🤍 #NUFC pic.twitter.com/YJHHged0xI— Fabian Lukas Schär (@fabianschaer) May 22, 2023
The form book didn’t cast a favourable light on Tyneside with a run between January and early March of five winless games — though they bounced back from that emphatically to recently confirm their place in the Champions League for next season. Newcastle finished in Premier League 2023, top 4, confirming their spot in the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2003.