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Gary Neville has little belief that Tottenham will be able to do Arsenal a favour in their bid to win the Premier League title…



Tottenham is likely to assist Arsenal in winning the Premier League title, according to Gary Neville.


Gary Neville has little confidence in Tottenham’s ability to assist Arsenal in their pursuit of the Premier League title. Despite Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Bournemouth, the champions, Manchester City, showed no signs of relenting.


They secured a comfortable win by scoring five goals against Wolves, with Erling Haaland contributing four of them. As a result, the gap at the top remains just one point, with Arsenal leading the way but Manchester City having a crucial game in hand.


With only two weeks remaining in the season, the margin between the two teams is incredibly narrow. The focus now shifts to the remaining matches.


Arsenal faces a significant challenge as they travel to Manchester United next week. Erik ten Hag’s team is still fighting to maintain their position in the top six and potentially secure a fifth-place finish. There is still much at stake, and Manchester United takes pleasure in defeating their rivals.


Arsenal will be facing Manchester United in a crucial match next week. Erik ten Hag’s team is aiming to secure their position in the top six while also keeping an eye on the possibility of moving up to fifth place. Manchester City, on the other hand, will be playing against Fulham before their game against Tottenham. After Tottenham’s recent poor performance against Liverpool, Gary Neville doubts their ability to challenge City.


Manchester City will be up against Fulham before their encounter with Tottenham.


However, following Tottenham’s recent 4-0 loss to Liverpool, where they conceded a total of 13 goals in their last four league games, Neville lacks confidence in Ange Postecoglou’s side to trouble City.


During the match, Neville provided his commentary, stating, “Next weekend, Arsenal will face a challenging task at Old Trafford, while City will have their own job to do against Fulham.” He went on to express his doubts, saying, “Considering the current form of this Tottenham team, it appears unlikely that Arsenal fans, coaches, and players can expect them to step up their performance for the upcoming game on Tuesday.”


Tottenham exhibited glimpses of a surprising comeback when Richarlison and Son Heung-Min scored in rapid succession. However, these efforts fell short of compensating for a dreadful first half. Consequently, Tottenham now finds themselves only four points ahead of Newcastle in sixth place and in a state of decline.


Manchester United has the opportunity to narrow this gap to three points if they secure a victory against Crystal Palace on Monday.