The 2013/14 campaign is the closest it's ever been. At both the bottom and the top of the table, possibilities are endless.

With the title race, Champions League spots and relegation places all likely to go down to the wire no one in certain of anything just yet. Virtually every team in the bottom half of the league are attempting to fight off the thought of football in the Championship next season, and any of the current top five are still in contention to finish the season at their peak.

Based on current form, is you asked me to single out one team to win the Premier League this spring it would have to be Manchester City.

This is purely down to the depth and sheer strength of their squad; if they had two teams I'm pretty sure both of them would be making the top four! Other clubs such as Liverpool are struggling to cope with several injuries within their squad, meaning opportunities for youth players such as Joao Carlos Texiera and Brad Smith to make their debuts over the winter period.

Arsenal are also beginning to crack under the pressure, due to the common theme throughout the year of failing to score enough goals beginning to show. The 5-1 thrashing at Anfield last week must have significantly lowered the morale within the team, as 'The Gunners' failed to run away victorious against an under-performing Manchester United side.

If all of the top four gain more consistency, I believe any of these sides are in with a shout for the silverware. However, nerves are beginning to kick in amongst players and supporters as the campaign edges closer and closer to its end. No football fan across the country can confidently select an outright winner which suggests a thoroughly entertaining finale for neutrals, like no other prior to 2014.

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