Gary Lineker has given his thoughts on this season's 'fascinating' Premier League title chase after watching the latest matches involving Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City.
United currently lead the way after they drew 0-0 with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday to remain three points clear of the defending champions.
City then laid down a marker by beating Crystal Palace 4-0 at the Etihad Stadium to move up to second in the table. Pep Guardiola's men are now only two points behind United with a game in hand.
Leicester City are third on goal difference following their 2-0 victory over Southampton on Saturday. That means Liverpool are down to fourth after four league games without a win.
All of the top four are back in action over the next few days but Lineker has now changed his mind on the race.
After Liverpool hammered Crystal Palace 7-0 last month, Lineker tweeted: "Feels likely that @LFC will once again run away with the Premier League. On a different tier."
However, he has changed his tune and now suggested that the race is much more wide open.
The former Leicester, Everton, Tottenham and Barcelona striker tweeted after Sunday's United clash: "No goals but a thoroughly enjoyable game with both teams going for it. What a fascinating title race we have this season."
Leicester take on Chelsea at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday (January 19), then on Wednesday (January 20), City host Aston Villa and United are away to Fulham.
Liverpool, meanwhile, are back in action on Thursday (January 21) when they play Burnley at Anfield.
Meanwhile, Lineker also made a prediction after Raheem Sterling rounded off the scoring for City against Palace.
He added: "Beautiful freekick from @sterling7 makes it 4-0," he added. "If any team finishes above @ManCity this season, I reckon they’ll win the league."