Frank Lampard’s Blues bounced back from their shock defeat to West Ham with an emphatic 3-0 win over Watford on Saturday.
The victory sees Chelsea move back up to fourth in the table, two points above Manchester United who briefly leapfrogged the west London club after their 5-2 thrashing over Bournemouth.
With Arsenal and Leicester also clinching wins over Wolves and Crystal Palace respectively, the top-four race looks set to go down to the wire with nine points separating five teams.
Redknapp believes Manchester United are in pole position to finish third and expects Chelsea to remain in fourth, with Leicester slipping to fifth, which would still ensure a Champions League place if Man City’s European ban is upheld.
He told Sky Sports: ‘Chelsea’s fixtures certainly look winnable. They’ve got two tricky fixtures – Liverpool away and then Wolves at home could be a big one as well.
‘Manchester United have…