With the race for the English Premier League becoming tougher, it would be too difficult to call on who will likely win the title at the end of the season and Man City manager Pep Guardiola holds the same opinion.
Liverpool were supposed to have a 5 points lead but they blue chances up within a week with a draw in each of their last two consecutive games against Leicester City and West Ham United consecutive.
This made the title race open as the Reds keep hold of the league top with second-placed Man City now left with three points to tally with Liverpool.
Tottenham are third on the log with 5 points behind Liverpool and Chelsea with 12 points while United are 14 points behind the Reds team.
However, the Citizens boss stated that all of the first five clubs still stand a chance of winning the league title because of the competition and the surprise coming from other smaller teams.
He noted that United are already back to form and are yet to be defeated since December which makes them stand the chance of winning it as well.
Pep Guardiola added that the West London side also have the ability to win games in a row.