Grant is hopeful United will falter under pressure
Chelsea boss Avram Grant believes Manchester United will struggle to win their last two Premier League games.
Grant's team beat United 2-1 on Saturday to move level on points at the top of the table.
United, who face games against West Ham (home) and Wigan (away), top the table with a vastly superior goal difference.
But Grant said: "It is not easy when you are under pressure to win two games. We hope that we are happy at the end of the season."
Michael Ballack put Chelsea ahead at Stamford Bridge in a game they had to win to stand any realistic chance of winning the title.
The victory is for Frank and his family
Wayne Rooney equalised after a mistake by Ricardo Carvalho but Ballack struck the winner from the penalty spot after 86 minutes following a handball by Michael Carrick.
And Grant added: "We did what we needed to do. We won the game and put them under pressure.
Grants says Chelsea dominated the game
"This team has a lot of character and we played good football today."
Victory at Stamford Bridge would have effectively guaranteed United the title, but nothing will be decided now until at least Monday, 5 May, when Chelsea travel to face Newcastle two days after United host West Ham.
If United beat the Hammers, Chelsea will need at least a point at St James' Park to ensure the race goes to the final day, when the Blues play relegation-threatened Bolton at home.
Grant added: "We won against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge and now Manchester United but we need to make sure we win our last two games."
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