London, Nov 7 (ANI): Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has increased pressure on Rafa Benitez by ruling out Liverpool's title chances.
Ancelotti reckons Manchester United and Arsenal are Blues' only serious rivals for the Premier League crown.
"We can't think about Liverpool at this moment because they are behind," The Sun quoted him, as saying.
Table-topping Chelsea face United at Stamford Bridge tomorrow with a two-point advantage over Alex Ferguson's men. Liverpool is nine points off the pace in sixth spot.
"The title is not just between Chelsea and United. No, I think Arsenal have good possibilities to arrive in first place. Arsenal has a very good team. But we must concentrate on United. It's an important game," he said.
"We will play the second team in the Premier League but it's just a game that carries three points like the others.
"We know very well that it will be a very difficult match but also a very interesting match. I think we are doing very well at this moment we are in good condition. We have a very good mental attitude at this moment," Ancelotti added.
Ancelotti has been boosted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision to lift the Chelsea transfer ban pending further investigation into Gael Kakuta's move from Lens. (ANI)