4) Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. – Europa League qualification
Wolves have forever been the starlet of the Premier League. They are known for giving clutch performances against the bigger clubs in the league. They are like the Robinhood of Premier League, taking points from the upper table teams and giving them to mid or lower table teams. Nuno Espirito Santo has done a brilliant job of building a fabulous team and with Raul Jimenez banging them in up top and Adama Traore running at them from the wide flank, they can be a real pain in the head for the opponents. They finished 7th last season in the league just one short of a direct Europa League spot but they did qualify through the qualifiers. However, securing a direct Europa League spot in this really competitive season will be very stunning and astonishing for the Wanderers.
3) Aston Villa – Europa League qualification
After almost getting relegated last season, Aston Villa is a completely different team this season. The Villans have picked up imposing wins over Leicester, Arsenal and Liverpool recently. They halted the champions’ ominous defense of the title by battering Liverpool 7-2 at Villa Park and stunned the whole world. They are currently sitting sixth in the Premier League standings having a game in hand over the fifth-place Chelsea but both have the same points. Aston Villa have shown some real character since the restart of the Premier League season and outclassed a few giants of the Premier League under the manager Dean Smith. The way they are playing they can really shock English football fans by securing a place in top 6 of the EPL table and qualifying for the Europa League.