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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League team news: All the latest injuries and suspensions

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson highlights his top fantasy Premier League picks ahead of a FA Cup heavy weekend.

Get all the latest team news and information from the weekend Premier League action.

FA Cup semifinals

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PREDICTION: A 4-1 win for Arsenal
FANTASY PICK: Santi Cazorla
KEY STAT: Arsenal and Reading have played each other 12 times in all competitions and the Gunners have won them all.

- ARSENAL

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere could return from an ankle problem. Wojciech Szczesny is set to be back in goal, while the likes of England duo Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck are also pressing for...


 By James Dall

Van Gaal's Man United can make a statement at Mourinho's Chelsea

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says Chelsea are in a good position to win the Premier league, and doesn't believe there's a title race anymore.

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
Crystal Palace vs. West Brom
Everton vs. Burnley
Leicester vs. Swansea
Stoke vs. Southampton
Chelsea vs. Man Utd

Sunday
Man City vs. West Ham
Newcastle vs. Tottenham

Battle of the Weekend: Chelsea vs. Man United

Chelsea are being very selfish. Their dead-eyed march to the Premier League title has hardly had a misstep. And that lack of a significant slip has left fans who get their kicks from drama feeling cheated. Those thirsty for a title race are better off looking elsewhere -- perhaps a division lower in the Championship....

 By Alex Shaw

PFA Player of the Year: Who is your choice for the Premier League's best?

The ESPN FC crew give their top three Premier League Player of the Year suggestions, with Eden Hazard the favourite.

As the Premier League season reaches its climax, it's time to run the rule over the contenders for the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year.

In a season where Harry Kane has become a sensation for Tottenham and a scoring debutant for England, the young striker's rise to prominence has been one of the stories of the campaign. But can he keep it up?

PFA Player of the Year contenders

- Harry Kane
- Alexis Sanchez
- Eden Hazard
- Diego Costa
- David De Gea
- Philippe Coutinho

ESPN FC's Tottenham blogger John Crace certainly thinks so: "He looks like the real deal and he's already fared far better than many...

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Chelsea have chance for a statement win against in-form Manchester United

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth gives you his betting tips for the Premier League clash between Chelsea and Manchester United.

Not for the first time this season, Chelsea won 1-0 last Sunday at QPR after playing badly. Many would suggest that as an equation of champions, but even Jose Mourinho admitted that his team had been "fortunate" at Loftus Road after Cesc Fabregas' late strike had Rangers manager Chris Ramsey thumping the ground in torment.

Broader credit was swiftly shifted to Mourinho's team. "What I know is it's not normal for a team to be top of the league since day one, since August -- every game, top of...

 By PA Sport

Manuel Pellegrini needs time at Manchester City, says Sam Allardyce

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini adamantly stated Yaya Toure won't be leaving the Etihad despite interest in the midfielder from abroad.

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce believes Manchester City would be wrong to sack Manuel Pellegrini at the end of the season and believes successfully defending the Premier League title is one of the hardest jobs in football.

Pellegrini has seen his future come under the spotlight following a run of six defeats in the last eight. That run of poor form has seen them first crash out of the Champions League to Barcelona and then fall off the pace in the Premier League as a 4-2 defeat at Manchester United...