Rio Ferdinand believes a gulf in class is starting to open up between Liverpool and Manchester City, and the rest of the chasing pack.

A host of midweek matches saw City and Liverpool triumph once again over Watford and Burnley respectively, while Manchester United and Arsenal drew and Chelsea lost to Wolves.

The results leave a six-point gap between the top two sides and third-placed Tottenham, who leapfrogged Chelsea with a win over Southampton.

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BURNLEY, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 05: Roberto Firmino of Liverpool (hidden) celebrates with team mates after scoring their team’s second goal during the Premier League match between Burnley FC and Liverpool FC at Turf Moor on December 5, 2018 in Burnley, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

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And Ferdinand, who played for Manchester United for twelve years, admitted that City and Liverpool are head and shoulders above their rivals this season.

“There is a big difference in class but we knew that coming into this game,” Ferdinand told BT Sport.

“Liverpool and Man City are a cut above the rest in this league.

“Everyone else is in the chasing pack. Man United are eighth and, looking at the league table, isn’t a pretty sight at all as a Man United fan and the supporters won’t be happy with that.”

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