Liverpool set to qualify for Champions League if they finish fifth under new UEFA rules


Liverpool can qualify for the Champions League if they finish fifth next season as a result of a major UEFA rule change.

The Reds ended the most recent Premier League season in fifth place, meaning they must settle for Europa League football in the upcoming campaign.

Jurgen Klopp’s side went on a superb unbeaten run at the end of the league season, winning seven of their last 10 fixtures, but that wasn’t enough to overhaul Manchester United or Newcastle.

United and Newcastle are two of four…



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