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Former Real Madrid and Manchester United forward Michael Owen has voiced his preference for Liverpool to clinch the Premier League title. However, he anticipates both Liverpool and Arsenal falling short in the title race against Manchester City, who have displayed exceptional form this season.

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With only one point separating the top three teams and ten games remaining, the competition is intense. Arsenal’s impressive eight-game winning streak since the beginning of 2024 has propelled them to the top of the table, while Liverpool’s success in the COVID-19 interrupted 2019-20 season underlines their pedigree.

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Despite his allegiance to Liverpool, Owen acknowledges Manchester City’s current status as the world’s top team and their dominance under Pep Guardiola. He believes City still have untapped potential and expects them to elevate their performance as the season progresses.

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In contrast, Owen suggests that both Arsenal and Liverpool might already be performing at their peak. Consequently, his analysis leans towards Manchester City being crowned Premier League champions, emphasizing their formidable strength as the team to beat.

Speaking on The Kelly and Wrighty Show, Owen remarked, “My heart naturally leans towards Liverpool, and I do believe they have the most favorable fixtures remaining. However, Manchester City, in my opinion, are currently the strongest team in the world and have demonstrated that. My rational judgment favors Manchester City.”

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