John Terry adamant win can be achieved at Old Trafford

Chelsea Captain John Terry believes a win at Old Trafford is achievable as it was last yearThe Premier League is becoming a fascinating spectacle, both at the top and bottom. Chelsea, having clawed their way back to second, are now only three points off leaders Manchester United, and still in contention. United are yet to play Chelsea at home; a match that will prove to be the making or breaking of Ancelotti’s team. The race for fifth place is equally as close, with Liverpool and Tottenham battling it out, both teams currently tied on 55 points. At the bottom, 7 points separate 6 six teams, and it is becoming anyone’s guess who will stay up.

The Premier League title is now only between two teams; Manchester United and Chelsea. Arsenal’s 1-0 victory over United at the weekend have kept them on 73 points, with Chelsea creeping up behind on 70 points. This weekend’s match between the two teams is more of a six pointer for Chelsea, as should they win, Sir Alex Ferguson would have to decide between focusing on the League or on a Champions League Final place. United will have only four days to recover after their home match against Schalke on the 4th May, and key players may become tired when pitted against a rejuvenated Chelsea.

Chelsea are adamant that they will maintain their pressure on United, with the Blues realising it is in their hands on Sunday. Captain John Terry strongly believes his side can win, stating:

“We go there really fresh, full squad of players and full of belief.

“As we showed last year by going to Old Trafford and winning a decisive game in the Premier League, there’s no reason why we can’t go there and win again.

“At the end of it, regardless of whether it is Man United or whoever in front of us, it is that trophy we want. It’s the feeling that will drive us on.”

Meanwhile, it appears Sir Alex is once again putting pressure on referees after his side’s defeat away to Arsenal stating:

“We’re not going to get decisions like that in a major game.

We don’t seem to get these decisions.”

Perhaps Sir Alex failed to see Vidic’s handball inside his own box, an offense that would have yielded Arsenal another goal. The United boss is renowned for the pressure he puts on referees and it wouldn’t be at all surprising if United get the rub-of-the-green on Sunday.

The fight for survival is equally as enthralling, with many teams’ hopes balancing on a knife’s edge. Both Wolves and West Ham have crucial games against Sunderland and Blackburn, teams both sides will hope to steal points from. Wigan have a must win game against West Ham, as a loss could easily see them fall back into relegation. Of all the potential relegation teams, Blackpool have the hardest run in, with games against Tottenham, Bolton and Manchester United. Despite earning important points against Newcastle and Stoke, many will tip them to finish bottom, despite being 3 points clear.

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