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Terry the real POTY for Chelsea

 By Mark Worrall

John Terry the real player of the year for Chelsea

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho breaks down the stats trying to prove that his side are the best team.

It's a fact that no Chelsea supporter would begrudge Eden Hazard the PFA Player of the Year award he won at Sunday night's glitzy ceremony at London's Grosvenor Hotel.

Having scored 18 goals in all competitions for the Blues so far this season, the fleet-footed 24-year-old Belgium international has been a key player for Stamford Bridge boss Jose Mourinho, and Hazard's outstanding performances have helped propel Chelsea to almost certain Premier League title glory in addition to winning...

 By Andy Mitten

Man United's defeat at Everton
a reminder of the work to be done

The ESPN FC crew review Everton's comfortable 3-0 win over Manchester United, as Paul Mariner explains Manchester United's leaders did not perform to the best of their abilities.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno delves deeper into Radamel Falcao's impact, or lack thereof, since joining Manchester United.

We're into the final month of the season, at the end of which Manchester United fans will be able to give a proper assessment of their team.

Once the four remaining games are done, there will be no FA Cup final to look forward to and no European final either -- the days of three Champions League finals in four years from 2008 to '11 are long gone.

This season was all about a new manager and his players getting United back on track with a top-four finish, with the intention that the team would then...

 By Peter Wood

Arsenal show progress despite failing to beat Chelsea once again

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side did enough to win the game, but didn't make the right decisions in the final third.

The hoodoo Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has over Arsene Wenger extended to 13 games this weekend: His record now reads P13, W7, D6, L0. Mourinho is a master of the in-game stifle and took what he wanted out of the Premier League game at the Emirates by claiming a 0-0 draw; delivering a turgid point which will almost certainly be enough to keep Arsenal away from a late run at the title.

But the postmatch press against the Gunners has been hugely negative. Even the heavily critiqued Sky Sports pundit...

Relegation beckons as QPR fail to take advantage of sleepy West Ham

Charlie Austin missed a first-half penalty as QPR's survival hopes were left hanging by a thread after they were held to a goalless draw by West Ham.

When it came down to it, Queens Park Rangers just did not have the players to beat West Ham on Saturday. The West London side probably don't have the players to give themselves another painfully hopeful chance of staying in the Premier League, either.

They had Rob Green back in fine form on his 100th club appearance. They had Richard Dunne back to his indestructible best, following a knee injury that would have ended a lesser man's season. They had a perfectly good goal disallowed, their midfield...

 By Chris Rann

Ronald Koeman moves past Pochettino as Saints draw with Spurs

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman believes it was a fantastic game against Tottenham Hotspur, and both teams played to win it.

In a game that ran the risk of becoming a sideshow given Mauricio Pochettino's return to St. Mary's, it was a relief to see an entertaining result (2-2) in such an important clash between two sides vying for fifth place.

Ronald Koeman will probably be slightly more disappointed with a point than his predecessor as his team wasted several gilt-edged chances to win the game, but on the balance of play it was a fairly even match and the vitriol that might have been expected toward Pochettino played...

 By David Usher

Liverpool must beat Hull to keep up chase for top four spot

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers wants to win the rest of the matches to put pressure on the four teams above them in the Premier League table.

After Saturday's frustrating 0-0 draw at West Brom when Liverpool came up against a home side set up with the sole intent of avoiding defeat, Brendan Rodgers' men should be gearing up for more of the same as they travel to struggling Hull City on Tuesday night.

Currently in 16th place, one point off the drop zone, Hull need points even more desperately than West Brom did so perhaps they'll show a little more ambition and go for all three rather than just one, but it's more than likely that they'll...