Despite a draw against West Ham United, Manchester United has a good chance of getting a ticket for the Champions League. The formation did not go further than 1-1 on Wednesday. West Bromwich Albion secured promotion to the highest level.

The team of trainer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer climbs to third place, although Chelsea can take over that position if the team takes at least a point against Liverpool on Wednesday. United must at least draw against competitor Leicester City in the last round to enforce a ticket for the ball of millions.

At United, Timothy Fosu-Mensah had another starting spot, after having played for the team for the first time in three years against Crystal Palace last week. The native of Amsterdam was substituted at half-time for West Ham.

They looked up the 'Red Devils' with a backlog, after Michail Antonio hit a goal from 11 meters. The ball went on the spot after the advice of the VAR after the hands of Paul Pogba, who reflexively blocked a hard shot by Declan Rice with his arms.

Shortly after the break, United nicely reached the same level. Mason Greenwood hit after a nice combination with Anthony Martial. In the remainder, neither team managed to become really dangerous.

For West Ham, a run was also a great result, as the team is now officially assured of enforcement.

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'WBA' back in Premier League after two years

West Bromwich Albion will be back at the highest level next season. 'The Baggies' had a 2-2 draw against Queens Park Rangers for a place in the top two teams and therefore go up one level just like champion Leeds United.

On the final day of the Championship, 'WBA' defended a point lead over number three Brentford. That team could have benefited from the West Bromwich draw, but went down by 1-2 against Barnsley.

Brentford now has a chance to secure promotion through the playoffs. This also applies to Fulham, Cardiff City and Swansea City. Charlton Athletic and Hull City are down one level next season, as are Wigan Athletic. That team played officially safe, but was deducted twelve points because of financial mismanagement.