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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes one slip up by either Arsenal or Manchester United would give the title to the other side.

United are three points clear at the top of the league, while Arsenal have a game in hand and have a marginally superior goal difference, but Wenger believes that neither side hold the upper hand in the league.

“It looks like every team must win every game,” he told Arsenal’s web site.

“It is down to the one that does not slip up.”

“Coming out of the game on Wednesday, United had a small advantage momentum-wise,” said Wenger.

‘But we levelled that at Middlesbrough.”

Wenegr feels that all the remaining games are hard ones, even though some feel Arsenal have the easier run in of the two sides.

“On paper it looked like Middlesbrough was the toughest game remaining,’ he admitted. ‘Middlesbrough are strongat home and have beaten everybody there.

“But then when I look at the next game, that always looks the hardest. And we have to get the team in the right frame of mind for Bolton now.”

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