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The Premier League stands the chance of securing up to six slots in the 2024/2025 Champions League, subject to developments leading up to the season’s conclusion.

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The forthcoming Champions League season will introduce a new ‘Swiss-style’ group stage, accommodating 36 teams compared to the current 32.

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This expansion entails that two leagues will have five representatives based on their league positions. England is among the leagues vying for the fifth spot, awarded to the national league with the highest UEFA coefficient performance.

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Moreover, there remains a possibility for a sixth English team to qualify. The Europa League winners will earn a berth in the following season’s Champions League, with West Ham, currently outside the Premier League’s top five, still in contention in the tournament.

According to reports from The Mail, if West Ham clinch fifth place in the Premier League while winning the Europa League, the team finishing sixth in the league standings would secure Champions League qualification. However, this additional spot would not trickle down if one of the top four teams secures victory in either the Champions League or Europa League.

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