Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is looking forward to the second half of the Premier League season being as unpredictable as the first.
The Red Devils won 3-1 at Hull City to move within two points of leaders Chelsea, despite United having already lost five league games already this season.
Ferguson said: "It's looking different, that's for sure, there are some unusual results going round and come the second half it just builds it up to what is looking like it's going to be a really tight league.
"Experience will come into it, in the run-in teams with experience of being there all the time - and Arsenal, Chelsea and ourselves of course have got that - that will be important.
"I think the team that stays clear of injuries will also have an advantage, and I'm hopeful I'll have all the defenders back by (the time) the European campaign comes around again, which should freshen us up and give me more options, that will be important to us.
"Other than that, if you make mistakes you're going to get punished. If you eradicate mistakes, whoever does that will have a great chance."