“The top four in order? Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal,” Neville told the Premier League’s website.
“The two Manchester clubs will fight it out for the league, but Jose Mourinho’s track record of winning titles in his second season and the buys they’ve made this summer mean I am going for United.
“I think playing at Wembley will be a major challenge for Tottenham Hotspur. The big wide open pitch will be totally different to White Hart Lane.
“Everton will be my surprise package. If they get off to a good start they could break into the top six.”