THE Premier League is entering its final weekend.
But with Liverpool and Tottenham in the Champions League final, and potentially Arsenal and Chelsea in the Europa League equivalent – how many teams can qualify for the Champions League next season?
How many teams from one country are allowed to play in the Champions League?
The maximum any country can have playing in the Champions League is five.
Only England, Spain, Germany and Italy can possibly enter five teams as they are the top four associations in Uefa and are awarded the four coveted spots.
It used to be only four regardless of what happened in the previous season, until the Europa League winner was given a Champions League place.
In 2012, Spurs finished in fourth place and missed out on the Champions League after Chelsea won it.
Could the fourth-placed Premier League team miss out on Champions League?
Yes, but there is only one way in which this can happen.
The fourth placed Premier League team will miss out on a spot in the Champions League if English teams outside the top four win both the Champions League and Europa League.
But this cannot occur this season as Arsenal and Spurs would both have to finish outside the top four and win the Europa League and Champions League respectively, which is now mathematically impossible following the Gunners draw to Brighton.