Gary Neville’s title race verdict: This one isn’t over yet; injury to Ruben Dias boosts Liverpool

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville thinks the injury to Man City’s Ruben Dias boosts Liverpool’s possibilities in a title race that he claims “isn’t over yet”.

City moved three factors clear on the high of the Premier League desk with a 5-0 thrashing of Newcastle that means they require simply seven factors from their remaining three fixtures away at Wolves and West Ham and a house conflict with Aston Villa to retain the title.

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However, talking on The Gary Neville Podcast, the previous Manchester United defender thinks Liverpool can nonetheless catch City with the injury to Dias – suffered within the win over Newcastle – leaving City weak on the coronary heart of their defence.

Read on for his verdict or hear to the podcasts under…

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‘There is one thing left in epic title race’

Neville stated: “I do imagine Wolves or West Ham might shock Manchester City.

“With Ruben Dias injured, they’re going to groups who have gotten methods of play that may harm City. Both groups have had good seasons. They are awkward. City will want to be at their finest. The centre-back partnership has been obliterated. The injury is a lift for Liverpool’s possibilities. I do suppose there’s something left on this title race. It will not go plain crusing to the tip.

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“If City get by way of the subsequent two, they will win it. Wolves or West Ham have to pull factors off City however it’s not over.

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“If Liverpool had to pick two away games to send City to it probably would be Arsenal and Tottenham, but after that it would be West Ham and Wolves. Manchester United have gone and Chelsea have dropped their levels. There is a lot to play for. It’s good for the league that Liverpool are playing first and can get level. I don’t think Liverpool will drop points. They will do their job.

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“Whoever finishes first or second you will not say the opposite one has blown it or bottled it. These two groups by no means disappoint with their work-rate or angle. Being skilled and getting ready effectively is a everlasting factor. These two groups do it so effectively. They care about their work, their angle, their ethos. It’s fixed. Under Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, it has been faultless.”

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Manchester City

Wednesday eleventh May 8:00pm

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‘Awful relegation scrap is determined’

Down on the backside of the Premier League, Leeds misplaced to Arsenal whereas Everton floor out an enormous win at Leicester. The end result means Leeds drop into the underside three.

Neville stated: “I fear for Leeds I really do. They are favourites to go down. Everything that could go wrong, Stuart Dallas, Luke Ayling, the spirit and energy of the club, is not there. They are massive players. What Ayling has done will cost them.

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“We’ll see what occurs. But we have a title race, a superb top-four race and a compelling but terrible relegation battle.

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“The desperation of going down. And the financial loss is too great. That drop is enormous and a club is going to suffer it. We hear rumours of Burnley paying a £65m loan back, imagine the losses that Everton would suffer and there will be lots of losses at Leeds too.

“It’s going to be terrible. I’ve heard the distinction between staying up and taking place for a Premier League membership is £120m of money they’d have to put in in the event that they did not promote any gamers. It’s not pocket change. That cannot be proper that the cliff edge is so steep. The fall is so huge. But that is the Premier League.”

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