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 By James Dall
21 minutes ago

Manuel Pellegrini has Robin van Persie to thank for keeping title defence alive

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein discusses about the difficulties surrounding Manuel Pellegrini ahead of the Manchester derby this weekend.

Premier League Spotlight previews the weekend's top-flight fixtures, highlighting the key points to keep an eye on as the action unfolds.

Weekend fixtures

Saturday
Newcastle vs. Liverpool
Arsenal vs. Burnley
Chelsea vs. QPR
Everton vs. Swansea
Hull vs. Southampton
Leicester vs. West Brom
Stoke vs. West Ham

Sunday
Man City vs. Man Utd
Aston Villa vs. Tottenham

Monday
Crystal Palace vs. Sunderland

Weekend battle: Manchester derby

Manchester City should win the majority of their games. This is because their team is better than most other teams. The romance-shattering truth is that football matches invariably end with the expected result. The moments that leave our hearts aflutter are the exception rather than the rule -- it's just that our brains rightly...

By ESPN Staff
5 hours ago

ESPN FC Extra Time: MLS vs Premier League

The ESPN FC panel compare Major League Soccer to the English Premier League and note the similarities between the leagues as well as fan support.

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 By Mike Whalley
6 hours ago

Steven Gerrard says he won't retire, could make move in 2015

There were plenty of questions surrounding Liverpool when they signed Mario Balotelli from AC Milan in the summer transfer window. Those questions haven't stopped, the latest concern an incident involving Jonjo Shelvey.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has admitted that he could leave Anfield at the end of the season.

The 34-year-old's contract expires next June, and he has not so far been offered another one. As things stand, he would be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with another club in January. Gerrard, who has been with Liverpool since age 9, insists he will still be playing next season -- but not necessarily for the Reds.

He told the Daily Telegraph: "I won't be retiring this summer. I will play beyond...

 By Kevin Palmer
7 hours ago

Mario Balotelli just needs time to prove his worth, says Steven Gerrard

There were plenty of questions surrounding Liverpool when they signed Mario Balotelli from AC Milan in the summer transfer window. Those questions haven't stopped, the latest concern an incident involving Jonjo Shelvey.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has urged striker Mario Balotelli to embrace the challenge of leading the forward line for the Anfield club, after promising to make modifications to his own game in a bid to ensure he is more effective for the rest of the season.

Balotelli has not scored a Premier League goal for Liverpool since his 16 million pound move to Liverpool last summer, with Gerrard telling the Daily Mail that the weight of expectation on his shoulders are a burden he needs to get used...

 By Kevin Palmer
8 hours ago

Report: FA made 350,000 pounds from Twitter fines in three years

The ESPN FC crew discuss QPR defender Rio Ferdinand who has been banned by the FA for a misconduct charge relating to a message he sent on Twitter.

Soccer's high-profile collection of offending Twitter warriors have been fined 350,000 pounds by the Football Association over the past three years, according to a report in the Guardian.

The 25,000 pound fine and three-game suspension handed to QPR defender Rio Ferdinand earlier this week for a tweet that was considered to have been "an aggravated breach of its rules as it included a reference to gender" was the latest in a long lone of high-profile stars whose tweets have got them into hot water.

Ex-Chelsea...