Carlo Ancelotti himself said it, if we win all matches then we can win the league.
We are making great efforts to do so, and yes the win against Spurs was a fortunate one - but a fortunate win is something we have been lacking this season.
I don't think there is one thing you can put your finger on to say where this epic turnaround has come from, but if somebody said to me in January that come the start of May we would be three points off the top then I would've laughed in their face.
The match on Sunday is going to be of epic proportions. The pressure is completely on Man United - the league has been theirs to lose for months now, and losing to Arsenal in a tame display showed that even Fergie's men suffer from nerves.
Our major boon for the weekend, compared to the Champions' League tie, is the eligibility of David Luiz. He was missing in Europe, and a big display from him can help us to achieve the unthinkable.
Of course even if we do get the three points we still have to win against Newcastle and Everton, but United still have games against Blackburn and Blackpool (both fighting for their survival) and will also have one eye on the Champions' League final.
I mentioned earlier that football was a fickle sport, my last blog mentioned that we were 90 minutes from all or nothing. At that stage in time I truly believed our season was over.
Even if we don't win on Sunday we have a great deal of honour to take into the next season with us. To think that we are three points up on Arsenal is a great feat in itself.
Form is temporary - all of the top three teams have gone through crazy blips that have resulted in losing an advantage, it is up to Chelsea to pounce now.
I truly feel, barring the first few matches of the season, we have hit something near our peak form. Even though the goals against Tottenham were both lucky, the result wasn't - something discounted by much of the press here. Tottenham's single chance was a good, but fortuitous, shot by Sandro which ended up in the back of the net.
It is rather odd being in this stage of the season and being able to look upon us still as challenging for the title, great credit needs to be thrusted in the direction of Ancelotti. He has had a lot to contend with this season, and now speculation is rife that he will not be at the helm come August - in my opinion this would be an absurd decision, the one thing we have missed in the Abramovich era is stability, this is the time to embrace the opportunity.
So it once again Sunday is an all or nothing match. We have far less to lose than United in my opinion, second place wouldn't be the most devastating end to an all round frustrating season.
First? We'll see. Keep the Blue Flag Flying High!
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