That’s sounds pretty par for the course, but one of them is likely to miss out with Leicester City and Tottenham sitting in the top two.
And coming hard on the outside, West Ham have an excellent chance of making two of those three clubs fail to qualify for the Champions League.
It was a season which started fairly ignominiously as the Hammers crashed out of the Europa League qualifying stages to Romanian side Astra Giurgiu, after scraping past Maltese outfit Birkirkara.
Those performances are well in the past though and Slaven Bilic’s side are slugging it out with the Premier League’s elite as they look to leave the Boelyn Ground with a bang.
Sitting fifth with eight games to go and just four points off third spot it’s all to play for.
So why will West Ham finish in the top four? Click the right arrow above to see our top five reasons…