Manchester City are seen as the premier league favorites this season after Liverpool who have been on the their necks drew at home against Tottenham Hotspurs.
This draw therefore gives Manchester City an opportunity widen the 1 point gap between them and Liverpool that has been constant for almost two months.
And Liverpool great Jamie Carragher believes that despite a draw for his former employer and a win for Manchester City against Newcastle United, Liverpool will still have it easy to win the Premier League.
Jamie says out of Manchester City's remaining matches which involves one at home and two away from home, Pep Guardiola could lose one of his away matches.
Before the season ends, City will travel to Wolverhampton to meet Bruno Lage's side before jetting into London stadium against David Moye's side West Ham United.
"I don't think today is going to be a problem for Manchester City, but I look at the away game at Wolverhampton and West Ham in their next week and I do think City will drop points in one of those games"
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