Man United legend Gary Neville ‘not sure’ if Man City can secure wins

Manchester United legend Gary Neville reckons there could still be another twist in Premier League title race

Gary Neville has cast doubt on Manchester City’s ability to win their remaining two games and seal the Premier League title.

The Citizens need four points from their clashes against Aston Villa and West Ham United after Liverpool threw away a three-goal lead to draw 3-3 at Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Monday night.

Manuel Pellegrini’s men, who won the League Cup earlier this season, can leapfrog the Reds into top spot if the Eastlands outfit manage to beat Villa at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.

However, former Manchester United defender Neville hinted that there could still be another twist in the Premier League title race despite City being overwhelming favourites.

“City v Villa tonight. Is there another twist or will it be two standard home victories?” Neville wrote on Twitter.

“People asking me what I think? It should be two standard wins and be over but. ‘I’m not Sure’”

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