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Irons, United, Wolves top six fixtures and points analysis

It really is squeaky bum time as the Hammers arrive within the end of a season where the top six positions and competition in European football next season is  on a knife edge.

David Moyes declared in his press conference today that he wants the Hammers enjoying European football every year and right now that is very much on.

However, right now it’s a question of whether it will be the Champions, Europa League or Europa Conference which would represent a step backwards of course.

We need to  win the Europa League this season to be in the Champions next term.

The alternatives is to overhaul Manchester United -currently three points in front of us in sixth place for the Europa League should we not sin it to be involved next season or hold off Wolves to ensure we or make sure weare in the Conference.

Obviously the Champions League would be magnificent but should that not trun out to be the case via a Final win this season here are the fixtures ourselves, the Old Trafford club and Wolves are facing and the point tallies we think they will collect.

WOLVES: BRIGHTON (H), CHELSEA (A), MAN CITY (H), NORWICH (H), LIVERPOOL (A) POINTS 5 

WEST HAM: ARSENAL (H), NORWICH (A), MAN CITY (H), BRIGHTON (A)  POINTS 7

UNITED: BRENTFORD (H), BRIGHTON (A), CRYSTAL PALACE (A) POINTS 5

This would see the season end with Hammers in sixth place with 59 points, United in seventh with 58 and Wolves in eighth with 54

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DAVE’S VIEW

WOLVES: BRIGHTON (H), CHELSEA (A), MAN CITY (H), NORWICH (H), LIVERPOOL (A) POINTS 4 

WEST HAM: ARSENAL (H), NORWICH (A), MAN CITY (H), BRIGHTON (A)  POINTS 7

UNITED: BRENTFORD (H), BRIGHTON (A), CRYSTAL PALACE (A) POINTS 7 

This would see the season end with United in sixth place with 62 points. the Hammers in seventh with 59 and the Wolves in eighth with 53/

Over to you guys!

COYI

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon