There's been plenty of talk that the Premier League battle is back on following Liverpool and Chelsea's wins, but none of it changes my opinion that it's Manchester United's title to lose.
The first thing any manager would say in Rafael Benitez and Guus Hiddink's position is that they've done what they need to do and hope that other results go their way, that perhaps Newcastle and others can do them a favour by beating United.
Didier Drogba's performances since Hiddink arrived have shown he can still be a major force. It would definitely have made a difference to Chelsea's title bid if Drogba had started this season acting and performing like a professional.
Even if he didn't like former manager Luiz Felipe Scolari, he should have still been getting on with his job. We can't all choose who we work with and who we play for in football, but you have to get on with it.
It all depends on how a player is treated by their boss, but Drogba doesn't help things with the way he carries himself sometimes. He seems to be saying that if he doesn't like something then he doesn't want to be involved, which is not the attitude to have. He should be thinking that, whatever is happening around him, he will do his best for the team.
Things change around so quickly now, managers come and go, so when you come into a club you don't have to like everyone but you have to be able to work with them. Drogba is still trying to rule the roost, and that's something that has got to change if they are to compete fully next term.
However, with United ahead in the table and with games in hand, the only thing that might stop them now is if they start to struggle against sides playing very negatively against them.
Teams who are struggling or don't have much left to play for at this time of year will want to try and grab the accolade of derailing another team's title hopes. So the United players have to get through that, but complacency will never be allowed.
But they have had to deal with that for years at this time of the season, and they are the best side at this moment in time, and soon they'll take a major step towards becoming the best in English history.
Equalling Liverpool's record of 18 league titles means a lot to everyone connected with the club. It certainly means a lot to Alex Ferguson. One of the things he targeted and talked about in his early days at the club was pushing on and trying to match Liverpool's haul of league titles, and everyone laughed back then.
It was only once they got to about 15 or 16 everyone realised that surpassing Liverpool became a realistic prospect, mainly because Liverpool were no longer getting anywhere winning the title themselves. It will surely be one thing that Ferguson does achieve before he retires, and I think Liverpool fans know it's going to happen.
Nowadays, Liverpool fans want the league title more than anything else. You can talk about the Champions League, but that doesn't hold as much water as it once did when it was the European Cup and you only played the domestic champions of every country.
Even if Benitez were to win another Champions League, I don't think it would be the same. He needs to prove that he can win a league title over here.