Former Manchester United and Manchester City stars Rio Ferdinand and Jolene Lescott disagree over who will finish in the top four of the Premier League.
The pair reached a consensus that defending champions City, Liverpool and Chelsea would comfortably make it to the Champions League at the end of the campaign.
But fourth place remains an extremely competitive spot – with the likes of Man Utd, Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham vying for that coveted position.
And while Ferdinand supports his old club United to finish at the top of that group of teams, Lescott believes it is Spurs who currently have the edge.
Speaking on BT Sport, Ferdinand said: “I’ve gone with my heart. But Man Utd’s performance in the last four games – probably at times can be questioned – but it’s a new guy who’s in charge [Rangnick] Trying to implement his strategy.
“They don’t have time on the training pitch and I think it will improve. I think there is room to improve and I think they will.”
“As much as there is a bit of doom and gloom around the club in terms of performance, they have won three of their last four matches and drawn the other.
“I think the games he’s got will put him in a good place.”
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But Lescott responded: “I think Spurs are ahead in their process with the manager.
“I think they look more comfortable against top teams. I still don’t believe United take points from top teams, but we’ve seen Spurs perform against Liverpool which should have arguably won them the game.” .
“I think they’re going to be strong in the window too. If they win their two games [in hand] Also they are in fourth place anyway. So I think he has a better chance than I think.”
However, the pair did agree on who would be victorious at this year’s Qatar World Cup – which will take place in November and December.
Both Ferdinand and Lescott think France will go on to defend the World Cup after their victory in 2018.
The two former Manchester players also made some other predictions before 2022.
Both agree that Norwich and Watford will be relegated at the end of the current season.
Ferdinand then chose to move down to Newcastle, while Lescott picked up Burnley.
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Ferdinand selected Bernardo Silva to win the PFA Player of the Year award, with Lescot going to Mo Salah.
They also differed in wildcard selection for England’s World Cup squad – Ferdinand Emile Smith going for Roe and Lescot choosing Conor Gallagher.
And then Ferdinand went for Arsenal teenager Charlie Patino for his young breakthrough player of 2022, while Lescott picked Aston Villa man Jacob Ramsey.
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