However, the Blues may end up not qualifying for next season's Champions League even if they finish fourth on the table.
According to UEFA laws, England could have five teams in the European club elite competition next season - but fourth place may not be enough.
Tottenham are third on the log while Arsenal are fifth and if both teams could win the Champions League and the Europa League, then the fourth place team would be dumped out.
As it stands, any of Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea and Man United have a chance to finish in the top four position after Manchester City and Liverpool who are first and second as we speak.
UEFA rules allows top four teams of the top five leagues in Europa automatic qualification, but the body since the 2014-15, the winners of the Europa League automatically earns a spot in the UCL. Meanwhile, the maximum number of teams any country can have in Europe's elite championship is five. SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇