Everton skipper Phil Neville believes this season's Premiership title is a two-horse race.
Neville sees Manchester United and Chelsea battling for the league.
"It is a funny league this season with everyone beating each other" he told BBC Radio Manchester ahead of the meeting between United and Everton tomorrow.
"We have had a horrendous start but are only three or four points off fifth place.
"It could be one of those years where you can afford to lose six games and win the title. It is going to be open.
"Liverpool have a mountain to climb while Arsenal are playing good football but you still think they will slip up now and again. The top two are obviously Manchester United and Chelsea."