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Gary Neville says Antonio Conte’s Chelsea have not won the Premier League title just yet

The Blues have been superb in the recent weeks, winning their last 12 league games to open up a six point lead at the top of the table.

Antonio Conte’s men are firm favourites to claim the crown but Neville, who won eight Premier League titles with Manchester United, says plenty of other teams are still in the mix.

He told Sky Sports: “I think the rest of them have just got to keep winning.

“I would still say there is a lot of hope for the other teams”

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“They’ve got to put pressure on Chelsea and believe that the cracks will come. They will drop points.

“They’ve all got to play them, they all have a responsibility to take points from Chelsea, some in the coming weeks.

“I think ultimately it is still in the hands of other clubs to damage them, take points from them.

“At the moment Chelsea’s spine looks so much stronger than other teams, and if they can stay clear of injury, and with the fixture run-in they have they are in a good position, but I would still say there is a lot of hope for the other teams.”

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Liverpool and Arsenal are still firmly in the title race

Chelsea’s closest title rivals are currently Liverpool with Jurgen Klopp’s side second in the table.

Manchester City are in third while Arsenal are fourth and Tottenham fifth.

All four are still in contention to win the title but will need to produce a solid run of results over the coming weeks and hope Chelsea slip up.

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Both Manchester giants are still hopeful of claiming league glory this season

Jose Mourinho’s United are not out of the race either but it would take a stunning second half to the season to see them crowned champions.

Chelsea face Stoke at Stamford Bridge today while Liverpool have a huge clash with City later this evening.

United are at home to Middlesbrough this afternoon with Arsenal hosting Crystal Palace tomorrow.

Source: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/574247/Premier-League-Gary-Neville-Chelsea-Liverpool-Man-City-Arsenal-Tottenham-Man-United