John Terry gives his Premier League prediction

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Chelsea legend John Terry knows a thing or two about winning the Premier League, having won it five times as a player.

Terry who’s currently working as the assistant manager at Aston Villa has now backed Manchester City to win the league.

City currently top the table, and are on same level of points with Manchester United with a higher goal difference, but have played two games less.

Pep Guardiola’s side have been in formidable form for a long time now and they last tasted defeat in November, a 2-0 loss to Tottenham.

The last time City drew a game was the 1-1 draw against West Brom back in December. Since then, it has been a winning spree for Guardiola and his boys.

John Terry has predicted that they will end up with the Premier League title at the end of the season.

Asked which team he thinks will win the Premier League title, Terry told talkSPORT: “I’ve said Man City from the start.

“We [Aston Villa] played against them recently, and they are the kind of team that, no matter how you play, if they are on it, they can beat anyone in the league.

“I think they are the best team, they have the best individuals, and when they are at it they are by far the best team.

“They are showing that with their recent run that they are a threat.

“When you play against them the movement is incredible and you really don’t know what to do.

“It’s one of those games where you come off and can only learn from it really, how well they move and the options they give each other on the pitch.

“They make it so difficult for the opposition team so they are the ones for me.”

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