‘I still fancy City for the title’: Roy Keane backs Manchester city to win the league, insisting Arsenal can’t sustain their current form

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Roy Keane believes Arsenal will fail to maintain their current form and that they will not win the league.

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Arsenal defeated Leeds 1-0 Yesterday in a hard fought victory and with the win, they remain tops of the league on 27 points, four more than Manchester City.

City could have cut the points difference to one if they hadn’t lost 1-0 to Liverpool away from home.

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The Gunners have won 9 of their last 10 EPL games this season. Manchester United inflicted their lone defeat.

Keane stated following Arsenal’s victory over Leeds:

“I still fancy City for the title, yeah. Arsenal have had a brilliant start to the season but it’s obviously a long way to go yet.”

“You wouldn’t bet against Man City, they obviously won the title [last season] and are very, very strong.

“Arsenal have improved, recruitment [was good] in the summer, they’ve got momentum, the feel-good factor at the club, plenty of energy in the club.”

“And even today they’re getting bits of luck with the penalty miss today, but you’d have to still fancy City.”

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