Manchester United legend Roy Keane has reiterated that he fancied Man City to beat Arsenal to the Premier League title.
Keane is adamant Manchester City will again finish the season champions.
City has played one game fewer than the Gunners, meaning they will be just five points behind Mikel Arteta’s men if they win.
Keane said on the Overlap: “They (Arsenal) are in a great position, wouldn’t have thought that at the start of the season but they’ve been brilliant, a lot of the young players have been very consistent, they can just focus on the league.
“They’re definitely favourites for the title. I don’t think they’ll do it. I still have to fancy City but Arsenal has got themselves in a great position. You need a little bit of luck, injuries over the last few months, but they’re in a great position and you have to admire them for that – can’t begrudge them.
“I just think City is that brilliant. The games they (Arsenal) have to go and win, are obviously pressure games and they’ve not dealt with that over the last few years. Even last year with the top four they came up short, that’s the question mark that’s just hanging over them.
“But again, they’ve been brilliant, if they did go on and win it you have to give them the plaudits, but this is the crunch time when you sort the men out from the boys, who can get over the line?”