A combination of factors could see Arsenal among Europa League participants.
• The 2019/20 Eredivisie season has been officially cancelled, and there will be no champion, relegation and promotion to the Dutch top flight this year with the Premier League potentially following their decision.
• UEFA have come up with an interesting way of deciding who would qualify for the European competitions if a league is scraped by possibly using points-per-game standings.
• If that is the case, Arsenal will leapfrog Spurs in the table to seal eights place (Arsenal will have 1.43 points against Spurs' 1.41).
• Man City's 2-year ban from European competitions is another factor that could help us qualify for the Europa League.
• If it is upheld, teams placed between sixth and eighth will get spots in the Europa League with fifth-placed United qualifying for the Champions League.
• Under normal circumstances, two Europa League spots would go to the domestic cup winners; however, the FA Cup won't be completed if the season is cancelled and City have already won the Carabao Cup, which means that the final standings in the Premier League table will define the Europa League participants.