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EPL: Manchester United Chances Of Lifting Premier League Tittle Stands At 84% See Why

Manchester United are second in the premier league table after the league toppers Manchester city.United are just 11 points behind Manchester city FC.Ole Gunnar side are said to be in a better position to clinch the league tittle if they will win all the remaining six fixtures, including their upcoming fixture against Liverpool.With the current form of united,the club is well built enough and they are in a better position to bucket all the remaining points from the remaining league matches.This excludes their Europa league fixtures against Roma.

All these remaining fixtures,United will have to travel on away trips against Aston villa and Wolves as they welcome both Leicester coty and Fullham at old Trafford.Only Liverpool will remain to stress Ole Gunnar,but with the current form of the Reds we are much sure United's will struggle for something fruitfull when they face off with Liverpool in early May.Both Aston villa, Leicester and Fullham have failed to defeat Manchester United in the reverse match for the last two seasons.This statistics shows that united will prepare for this remaining fixtures with nine points already inside the bucket.

Both Manchester city and Manchester United are chasing for league tittle and Uefa champions league and Europa league as well. This leaves the duo with alot of concentration that makes them to remain determined at all cost.The mathematical factor of united winning English premier league will hold for the fact that Manchester city will sideline back and loose more than two league matches and Draw one,of which this is likely to happen since city are yet to face off with Chelsea again in the coming weeks and Everton as well,their clash with Brighton might lead them into another downfall,since the Brighton side have remain to be a great obstacle to the citizens of recent.

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