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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester City up to second, Liverpool held, Leicester win again

Fernandinho bags the late winner as Manchester City move up to second ahead of Sunday's results.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes if Liverpool lose badly to Chelsea in a couple weeks, it could be the final straw for Brendan Rodgers' tenure at the club.
Aleksandar Kolarov curled in a fine free kick for Man City against Aston Villa.

Manchester City made hard work of securing three points in the Premier League on Saturday as they beat FA Cup finalists Aston Villa 3-2.

Sergio Aguero gave City the lead on three minutes after a horrible mistake by Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan.

And Manuel Pellegrini's side looked comfortable when they doubled their lead in the second half, Aleksandar Kolarov curling in a free kick.

However, Tom Cleverley pulled a goal back just two minutes later before Carlos Sanchez pounced on an unconvincing punch...

 By Nick Miller

Arsenal vs. Chelsea: Five questions in advance of the Premier League clash

Will Chelsea deploy Petr Cech on the halfway circle? Will Theo Walcott recover from his ingrown arm in time for Sunday? Find out as the How Will They Line Up boys discuss the London Derby!
The ESPN FC panel discuss the upcoming Premier League match between Chelsea and Arsenal, and note Arsenal's lack of results against the Blues as a troubling statistic.
Former Arsenal forward Paul Mariner gives his take on how fans should receive former Gunner Cesc Fabregas when Chelsea face off against Arsenal on Sunday.
With the title race all but wrapped up, former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner talks the mindset of the Gunners as they look to best their nemesis Chelsea.

Nick Miller looks at five key talking points regarding Sunday's clash between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium.

1. Will Arsene Wenger finally beat Jose Mourinho?

It seems implausible that Arsene Wenger has never beaten a particular rival over so many encounters, even if that other manager is one as successful as Jose Mourinho. Wenger's head-to-head record with Mourinho reads P12, W0, D5, L7, F6, A21, which is not exactly impressive and would seem to back up Mourinho's perceived dig on Friday...

 By Ben Jacobs

Premier League safety close for Leicester after win at Burnley

Leicester have climbed out of the Premier League's bottom three for the first time in five months as their unlikely great escape edged a step closer with a 1-0 win at Burnley.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson insists that his side must not get complacent and that they are not yet safe from relegation.

April has been one of the most memorable months in Leicester's 131-year history. The jittery yet gigantic 1-0 victory at Burnley not only moved the Foxes out of the relegation zone but also made it four straight Premier League victories, something City never managed under Martin O'Neill. In fact, the last time they achieved the feat in the top flight was back in 1966.

Astonishingly, Leicester have almost doubled their points tally this month and look increasingly likely to beat the drop. The...

 By Jamie Smith

Burnley losing to Leicester means Premier League relegation is inevitable

Leicester have climbed out of the Premier League's bottom three for the first time in five months as their unlikely great escape edged a step closer with a 1-0 win at Burnley.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche says his side created a lot of chances in the game but couldn't win it, and that's a cruel side of football.

Burnley have four games left to secure Premier League survival but their chances look extremely slim after a damaging 1-0 home defeat to Leicester City on Saturday. The Clarets have scored just one goal in their last eight matches and have failed to find the net in 16 out of 34 Premier League fixtures this season. Their problems in front of goal are obvious.

Sean Dyche's side had enough chances to get a result against the resurgent Foxes but a missed penalty from Matt Taylor in the second half...