Three teams confirm Champions League spots
Newcastle United were the third Premier League team to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League.
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Leicester City held Newcastle to a 0-0 draw at St James Park on Monday night.
As a result, Eddie Howe’s team now has 70 points after 37 games.
They will be among Europe’s elite, alongside champions Manchester City and runners-up Arsenal.
Manchester United can clinch the final Champions League spot with a point in their next two games.
The Red Devils host Chelsea on Thursday before finishing the season against Fulham.