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Five trends of the 2014-15 Premier League

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Saha issues warning to league leaders Chelsea

Manchester United striker Louis Saha is convinced Sir Alex Ferguson's in-form side can overhaul stuttering Chelsea at the top of the Premiership table.

The Red Devils are now just seven points adrift of Jose Mourinho's men following their 2-1 win at Bolton and Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Birmingham.

And with the two sides still having to face each other at Stamford Bridge next month, Saha believes the title race is firmly back on.

'This is a massive win for us and now we have to keep putting the pressure on. We definitely believe it is on,' he said.

'We believe we can do it. Chelsea have got to make mistakes, we know that. We have to keep playing the way that we are. We know that we can not make mistakes.

'But I am in the best form of my life and was really happy to get another goal, and the way we are playing up front - with Ruud as well - is all working well.

'We are in great form and have to keep it going.'

Ferguson is also beginning to feel that Chelsea could be caught, with the Blues having also lost away to Fulham recently.

'I think it is asking Chelsea a question,' said Ferguson. 'Everyone expected them to beat Birmingham, but they didn't.

'And they have got to play Bolton in a couple of weeks when the pitch will be worse than against us, and they have to go to Blackburn.

'If your form is good in April then you have a good chance - I've said that for years. If your form is stuttering then you can throw things away.

'We're catching Chelsea but we just hope the winning line doesn't come too quickly.'