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Diego Costa to score in Chelsea win over Leicester? Liverpool find form?

The ESPN FC team react to Chelsea's goalless draw with Arsenal, where Paul Mariner explains Jose Mourinho's side should've scored a few goals, but failed to convert their chances.

Chelsea to shut out Leicester

Ten points clear with five games to go, the Premier League title may be all but Chelsea's but there is still work to be done and Wednesday's visit to Leicester will not be the walk in the park it might have been earlier in the season.

Four wins in a row have taken Leicester out of the bottom three but they still need points and will be desperate to get a result. Chelsea's striking problems have been well documented but though Loic Remy will miss the game and Didier...

Chelsea set for classic smash and grab to beat Arsenal

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!

Chelsea set for classic smash and grab

Chelsea can't mathematically win the Premier League title this weekend but if they avoid defeat at Arsenal on Sunday then it'll just about be over. On the form of the second half of the season, Arsenal will believe they have a chance to cut the gap between the two to seven points. But Chelsea and Jose Mourinho look unstoppable and they'll set their stall out for the result they need.

Arsenal have won their past nine matches, 12 of their past 13 and 24 of their...

Bayern won't have enough to beat Porto; Real to down Atletico 1-0

Bayern Munich struggled in the first leg and may do so again.

A bridge too far for Bayern?

The four semifinalists for this season's Champions League will be decided this week and though Barcelona look assured of their spot after a 3-1 win at PSG, the other three places are very much up for grabs.

The biggest match of the week looks sure to be the one at the Allianz Arena where Bayern Munich will try to overturn a two-goal deficit to get past Porto and reach the last four for a fourth straight year. Injuries to key players including Arjen Robben and Franck...

Chelsea or Man Utd player to see red at Stamford Bridge?

Branislav Ivanovic was sent off in the 1-1 draw at Manchester United.

Who'll see red at Stamford Bridge?

As far as the title "race" is concerned, the next two Chelsea games will probably decide whether they will finish off the job and take home the Premier League for the first time since 2010. Next weekend, their clash with Arsenal is a humdinger in itself but on Saturday, they'll have to deal with a Manchester United side on a roll and believing the good times are back.

Six wins on the bounce will do wonders for confidence and United's 4-2 victory over Manchester...

Ronaldo to score but back Atletico to edge past Real in UCL first leg

The ESPN FC panel debate which Champions League quarter-final tie will be the most interesting to watch.

The Champions League is back this week and we have four huge quarterfinals to get our teeth into. There could be one or two shocks in the first legs, so take a look at where the smart money is heading ...

Atletico can stop Real Madrid -- but not Ronaldo

Want a surprise? Head to Madrid, where Atletico take on bitter rivals Real at the Vicente Calderon. Ronaldo and co. will inevitably take some stopping again as they try to win the Champions League for the second year in a row but the first leg is...

Manchester City to beat United and claim derby day delight at Old Trafford

Chris Smalling was sent off as Manchester United slipped to a 1-0 defeat at Manchester City earlier in the season.

Man City to buck form in derby

Fans love derby matches but as for the punters, it can be a minefield. On the simple evidence of the past two weeks, United look rock solid favourites for Sunday's clash. They're at home, the ones in form and City's season is petering out to a worrying extent, with their recent 2-1 loss at Crystal Palace the latest reverse. But it's not always that easy to call.

There is still plenty to play for and as City captain Vincent Kompany said on Monday, the derby probably...