Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola, has said at least four teams are in the Premier League title race.
On Wednesday night, City will take on league leaders Arsenal at the Emirates.
Arsenal and City are separated by only three points ahead of the keenly anticipated clash.
Both teams are threatening to pull away from the rest of the chasing pack, with Manchester United already five points behind the Gunners having played two games more.
Newcastle United occupy the final Champions League spot but the Magpies have drawn four of their last five matches to slip 10 points behind the Premier League leaders.
Despite this, Guardiola still believes United and Newcastle as title contenders.
When asked if he considers the two teams as title rivals, Guardiola said: “We don’t know what can happen in the next weeks.
“I always have the feeling, especially now with European competitions back and FA Cup around the corner, the last eight to ten games are going to decide the title.”
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