Ian Wright picks his Premier League top four

Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham are his picks with Manchester United and Chelsea missing out.

Ian Wright has predicted on BT Sport that Arsenal will win the Premier League title this season.

That is unsurprising from the former Gunners forward, but the rest of his selections may be to some.

He has gone with Manchester City to finish second, while Liverpool and Tottenham make up the top four.

"You can’t ignore Spurs, especially the way they’re going at the minute and since the start of the season. They’re showing form,” he told BT Sport.

“I just think that one minute it’s up, one minute it’s down with United. There’s no consistency in the way they’re playing.”

“The other day was as bad as I’ve seen from United, that’s not good enough. You have to get to a level with United and they haven’t got to that at the moment.”

The surprising omission from Wright is Manchester United, who will fail to make the Champions League according to the former striker.

Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal are currently looking like the best candidates to win the title this season.

United have been far from impressive though, with their style of football having come in for particular criticism across the season.

Liverpool and Tottenham are currently looking like the best two candidates for fourth place, with both enjoying fine form of late.

Jurgen Klopp has turned things around at Anfield since replacing Brendan Rodgers, while Mauricio Pochettino has improved upon the foundations he built with Spurs last year.

There could though be a surprise package in the race, with Leicester City continuing to impress, and the likes of Everton and Southampton also eyeing up the top four.

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