It looks likely that the match will be decided by one or more black wins, rather than white ones. Black openings have been active ones so far, an it's white's reluctance to go for the jugular that has led them to peter out to draws. Once white shows ambition, and takes some risk, black may be in a better position to turn it around. But I have doubts whether Gelfand intends to risk anything. So, it'll all boil down to when Anand risks something with white. Shorter games are working against Anand's favor, as he's not able to force any errors out of Gelfand. He'll have to leave preparation zone early, to force Gelfand to be on his own for a considerable length, with pieces on board.
The fellow who thinks he knows it all is especially annoying to those of us who do.