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THE FINISH LINE

Battle among London's finest

The English capital's big three are set to fight for third and fourth places in the the Barclays Premier League

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane in a duel with Arsenal defender Rob Holding (centre) and goalkeeper Bernd Leno during the derby match at the Emirates Stadium in London on Dec 2.

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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has himself admitted that his club is not strong enough to compete with Manchester City for the league title.

WITH over a third of the Barclays Premier League season done and dusted, most football fans have yet to put a foot wrong when it comes to predicting the top two teams in the standings.

Pep Guardiola's title favourites Manchester City currently hold a two-point lead over the punters' pick

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