- Man City, Liverpool, and Chelsea have emerged as clear favourites to win the Premier League title this season
- And while Chelsea have stuttered in the title race in recent weeks, Liverpool have proved to be a thorn in the flesh for City
- However, Tony Cascarino believes Pep Guardiola's charges have what it takes to win the crown once again this term
- The former striker went on to claim City will win the title by 10 points
Former Chelsea star Tony Cascarino has backed Man City to retain their Premier League crown this season.
City are among the frontrunners for the domestic title this term but will be wary of stiff competition from Liverpool and Chelsea.
The title race is already slowly taking shape, with the three sides pulling away from the chasing pack.
Man City are currently topping the standings with 41 points, just one ahead of second-placed Liverpool, with third-placed Chelsea trailing them by four points.
Unlike the Blues who have stuttered in recent weeks, both Liverpool and City have been enjoying a fine run of results, with the former winning six straight top-flight matches.
While there is little separating the three frontrunners, Cascarino contends City are on course to retaining the Premier League crown.
The former Blues striker further claimed triumph by Pep Guardiola's side will be by a great margin of at least 10 points.
"If Liverpool finish above City, I think it would be their biggest achievement in recent history because City are an exceptional team," Cascarino told talkSPORT.
"I think it’ll be a major achievement if Liverpool can even keep pace with them because I just can’t see Man City going into games and losing," he added.
Eriksen wanted in the EPL
Earlier, TUKO.co.ke reported an unnamed Premier League club has reportedly made contact with Christian Eriksen's agent over the possible transfer of the midfielder.
Eriksen is currently a free agent after Inter Milan terminated his contract over his health issues.
The Danish star cannot be allowed to play in the Serie A as he is fitted with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD).