The race for the top four is intensifying as we enter the final months of the season, so we have taken a look at the prospects of those battling it out for a place in next season's UEFA Champions League.
On 16 December Man Utd were lying sixth in the table on 26 points having just been beaten by Liverpool at Anfield.
Seven points off fifth place, eight points adrift of fourth and 13 points behind Tottenham Hotspur in third, a top-four spot seemed out of reach.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjær's arrival triggered a complete reversal in fortunes as a 12-match unbeaten run under the Norwegian propelled United into fourth place by 2 March.
Having taken 32 points from a possible 39, however, the Norwegian's influence gives United a sound platform to build on going into the run-in.
United’s recent surge into the top-four has those around them worried.
But their remaining fixtures are far from straightforward.
Before their UEFA Champions League quarter-final tie against Barcelona, Solskjær takes his side back to Molineux, the scene of their recent FA Cup quarter-final exit at the hands of Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.
Paul Pogba's form under Solskjær has been excellent overall.
He has started all 13 PL matches under his former youth team manager, scoring eight goals and providing six assists.
United will need Pogba to be at his best if they are to secure a top-four spot, dictating matches as he often does with his driving forward runs or his eye for a clever pass.
Part 1: Race for top four: Tottenham Hotspur
Part 2: Race for top four: Kane alone can revive Spurs
Part 3: Race for top four: Arsenal
Part 4: Race for top four: Emery must pair up Aubameyang
Part 7: Race for top four: Chelsea
Part 8: Race for top four: Sarri must ease away pain