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Kathmandu: English club Newcastle United has qualified for the UEFA Champions League after 20 years. Following a goalless draw against Leicester City in a Premier League match held on Tuesday night, Newcastle secured their place in the top four, guaranteeing a spot in the Champions League. The last time Newcastle participated in a major European competition was during the 2002-03 season when they reached the second round.

In this season, Newcastle has delivered an excellent performance, securing the top spot with 70 points from 37 matches. They have surpassed giants of the Premier League such as Manchester United and Liverpool. Even though Newcastle lost their final game of the season, they remain fifth in the standings, with Liverpool, who are in fourth place, out of reach with 66 points from 37 matches. Manchester United is in fourth place with 69 points from 36 matches, and they need one point from their remaining two games to secure Champions League qualification.

After their draw with Newcastle, Leicester is still in a struggle to avoid relegation. With just one game remaining, Leicester sits in the third position. They have 31 points from 37 matches. Everton, who are ahead of Leicester, is in 17th place with 33 points from 37 matches.

Leicester needs to win their final game to survive relegation, while Everton needs to avoid defeat against AFC Bournemouth.

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