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Southampton back in fifth, Sherwood's Villa win late, Poyet sent off

The ESPN FC crew select the squads they believe will be plying their trade in the second tier of English football next season.

Southampton left it late to beat Crystal Palace, Tim Sherwood's first Aston Villa win came in dramatic circumstances against rivals West Brom while Gus Poyet was sent off as Sunderland fought back for a point at Hull City.

Sadio Mane gave Southampton's top-four ambitions a timely shot in the arm, ending their 387-minute wait for a goal as they secured a late win against Crystal Palace.

Southampton leapfrogged Liverpool back into fifth place as Sadio Mane scored to defeat Crystal Palace 1-0.

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Palace came close to making a breakthrough on 55 minutes only for Wilfried Zaha to hit the post after Fraser Forster had denied Yannick Bolasie.

Southampton's winner...

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Arsenal need 72 points for Champions League place, says Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger insists his side are nowhere near to joining the Premier League title race, despite his side sitting just four points behind second-placed Manchester City in the table.

Arsene Wenger has set his Arsenal side the target of 21 points from their remaining Premier League games to earn a top-four finish.

The Gunners go into Wednesday night's clash at struggling QPR in third place but with only a total of three points separating them from Manchester United, Southampton and Liverpool below.

Wenger's side also face a trip to Monaco, who won 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium in the first leg of their Champions League tie, knowing they face an uphill task if they are to overturn...

Hull's dropped points vs. Sunderland a familiar failure for Steve Bruce

ESPN FC's Craig Burley agrees with Steve Bruce who credited South Americans for making diving more prevalent in English football.

As Steve Bruce and Gus Poyet took turns to face the assembled media at the KC Stadium on Tuesday night, the majority of questions fielded were focused upon an unsavoury episode between the pair.

It had all began when Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell burst through on goal, tumbling theatrically under contact that never came from Alex Bruce, the Hull City defender. A yellow card for diving incensed Poyet, who proceeded to kick over a drinks cooler on the edge of his technical area.

Referee Mike Dean...

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Brendan Rodgers credits Palace loss as the catalyst for Liverpool's good form

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he was always confident his players would turn around their poor early season Premier League form.

Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool's defeat to Crystal Palace in November convinced him to change tactics to overcome the Reds' indifferent start of the season.

Liverpool made a stuttering to start to the 2014-15 campaign -- losing three of their first five Premier League matches and seven of their 19 league fixtures before the turn of the year -- but have recovered to remain in the hunt for a place in next year's Champions League competition.

The Reds have been in fine form since Christmas, having...

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Garry Monk to miss his sons' birthday to lead Swansea against Tottenham

Swansea City manager Garry Monk discusses Harry Kane's impressive form this season and how his team will hope to stifle the Tottenham star on Wednesday.

Swansea manager Garry Monk will be at Tottenham instead of his twins' first birthday party on Wednesday -- but the present he really wants is three points at White Hart Lane.

Monk joked he was in the doghouse with wife Lexy for missing the celebrations for twin sons Louis and Theo after the Premier League game was put back 24 hours because of Tottenham's involvement in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday.

"I've had it all in the ear!" said Monk. "The game was moved because they got to the final and...