Liverpool are currently on top of the table, two points ahead of second-placed Manchester City but have a game in hand against bitter rivals Manchester United. Pep Guardiola's men will then face Burnley, Leicester City and Brighton and Carragher believes the title race will be decided by the outcome of City's next two games.
"I said after last week that I thought it was 50-50, then Man City go and beat Spurs," he told Sky Sports.
"I look at it now, Liverpool will beat Huddersfield on Friday, Man City know that Liverpool will win that game. I think the title will be decided, whether City win it or not, in the next two games. I think if City win their next two then I don’t think they’re going to drop points in their last two (against Leicester and Brighton)."
City will travel to Old Trafford to take on rivals Manchester United on Wednesday night.