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Premier League legend predicts who will win the leagueon Arsenal, City and Liverpool

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Premier League icon Gary Neville has set the footballing world abuzz with his recent bold predictions regarding the eventual victors of this season’s Premier League title race. Neville’s assessment casts Arsenal in the spotlight as he boldly asserts his belief in their superiority over current powerhouses Manchester City and Liverpool in the ongoing campaign.

In Neville’s own words, “I think Arsenal are the best team at the moment, the performance levels, you’re playing better than City and Liverpool, and I think you’re in a better position than last year where I’ve got more confidence because Declan Rice and Saliba, I think you’re really dangerous.” This ringing endorsement from a seasoned expert like Neville not only acknowledges Arsenal’s current dominance but also underscores the pivotal roles of rising stars such as Declan Rice and William Saliba in shaping the team’s fortunes.

Sitting comfortably in 3rd place on the Premier League table with 61 points earned from 27 matches, Arsenal’s recent commanding 6-0 triumph over Sheffield United exemplifies their unyielding form and determination. With a crucial showdown against Brentford slated at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, 9th March 2024, Neville’s words add a layer of anticipation and excitement to the unfolding drama of the title race.

Neville’s urging for Arsenal to maintain their strategic position behind the league leaders, allowing Manchester City and Liverpool to vie for supremacy while lurking as the true contenders, elevates the intrigue and fervor surrounding the title pursuit. As the race intensifies, Neville’s bold predictions position Arsenal as prime candidates for Premier League glory, promising a thrilling climax to the season for fans and enthusiasts alike.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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