Title could be decided next Tuesday — Gary Neville predicts Premier League winners

Title could be decided next Tuesday — Gary Neville predicts Premier League winners

Ifeanyi Ufomadu 14:24 - 07.05.2024

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has claimed the Premier League title could be decided before the final day.

Arsenal maintained their lead at the Premier League summit after beating Bournemouth 3-0 on Saturday. However, City's 5-1 win against Wolves later in the day kept the pressure on.

Ex-Manchester United defender Gary Neville thinks Pep Guardiola's Man City might win the Premier League even before the last game of the season.

The Gunners have a one-point advantage but City have a game in hand.

Arsenal are in action against Manchester United this weekend, and Manchester City travel to Craven Cottage to face Fulham.

Gary Neville picks Man City to win Premier League

Neville, speaking on his podcast, said:

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City and Arsenal are vying for the Premier League title
Master vs Apprentice: Pep Guardiola and Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta (Photo Credit: Imago)

“The title race may go down to the final day, and if it went to the final day, that would mean Arsenal have gone and beaten Manchester United at Old Trafford.

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“While we can laugh and we can giggle about how Manchester United have been, but Arsenal going to Old Trafford and winning, that’s going to be a hell of a win.

“So, yeah, I have the fear that the title could be over in a week on Tuesday.

"I don’t support City or Arsenal, but I want the title race to go to the final day.

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