Check out how things are also looking in the Bundesliga, Serie A and Eredivisie as 2016-17 draws to an enthralling close
WE are well and truly into the business end of the 2016-17 season.
It’s that time of year where clubs’ futures are made and broken, with champions crowned, promotions earned and relegations suffered.
But that’s not just the Premier League where the title race is going down to the wire, check out how things are looking around Europe.
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CHELSEA look set to be crowned champions after enjoying a superb 2016-17 season.
However, despite looking like they were cruising earlier in 2017, they’ve suffered a minor blip, bringing Tottenham right into the title race.
Spurs sit just four points behind the Blues with just six games to play.
REAL MADRID looked dead-set to storm to the La Liga title in 2016-17… but everything changed on Sunday.
A thrilling, record-breaking, late strike from Lionel Messi meant Barcelona beat Real 3-2 to draw level with the Madrid club on 75 points.
The Bernabeu giants have a game in hand and are still favourites, but there’s everything to play for with six games to go.
AFTER an incredible start to the season for underdogs RB Leipzig, things have taken a bit of a turn of late.
As expected, Bayern Munich look set to charge clear to win the Bundesliga crown, eight points above Leipzig.
Meanwhile, Borussia Dortmund are a whopping 14 points behind Munich in third place.
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN have dominated the French top flight for the past four years, but we’re all set for a changing of the guard.
Monaco‘s rampant squad – thanks to stars such as Kylian Mbappe – are currently top of Ligue 1.
They’re level on points with PSG, but with a game in hand, with just five games to go.
JUVENTUS have dominated Italian football for years now, but that was thrown into jeopardy when Manchester United sign star player Paul Pogba in the summer.
However, Juve are proving everyone wrong as they sit nine points clear of Roma at the top of Serie A.
The Rome outfit do have a game in hand, but it’s looking to be too little, too late.
FEYENOORD won 2-0 away to Vitesse on Sunday to move within touching distance of their first title since 1999.
Having not won the title in 18 years, Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s side are four points clear of Ajax.
With only two games left to play, a win against Excelsior on May 7 would be enough to take home the crown for Feyenoord.