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David De Gea has helped Man Utd salvage their season, so must be kept

Will this weekend's installment of the Manchester derby be more roller derby or "derby" derby? Join Anthony and former professional footballer turned current pundit Ian Fiveankles to find out!
David De Gea was just a fresh-faced 20-year-old when he was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2011.
David De Gea has made giant strides since he first arrived at the club.

If Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge of Manchester United, this would be the moment in which he invoked the memory of infamous racehorse Devon Loch. Only an inexplicable collapse like that of the race leader at the 1956 Grand National could cost Chelsea the title now and Ferguson was never afraid to employ the Loch analogy in an effort to ratchet up the pressure on his rivals. But let us not deceive ourselves. Injuries have come thick and fast for United and even a heavy win at Stamford Bridge...

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Sherwood vs. Rodgers, Arsenal out to defend trophy - Five FA Cup themes

Arsene Wenger is out to defend his FA Cup trophy.

Wembley Way this weekend will greet fans of four clubs hoping to be back there on May 30 for the final. On Saturday, Championship side Reading attempt to become the first Football League finalists since Cardiff City lost 2008's final to Portsmouth, while holders Arsenal want a repeat of last season when they beat Hull to claim the prize. Meanwhile, Sunday sees Aston Villa and Liverpool find a welcome distraction from their Premier League problems.

Here are five themes to consider.

1. The forgotten...

The greatest ever FA Cup semifinals?

UEFA Champions League qualification looks impossible now for Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool, so their attention turns to the FA Cup.

Sports fans take considerable pride in their ability to recall the most pointless minutiae, yet they are some things even they are not wired to recall. Great matches are easily recalled; great days less so. Even if there are two of three memorable contests on a certain day or weekend, we are more likely to remember them individually than as part of an extended session during which we became one with our couch.

The occasional exceptions prove the rule and one of the most powerful has its 25th anniversary...

 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....

Barcelona still top but Real Madrid and FC Porto both climb Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Craig Burley praises Barcelona's front three after dismantling PSG in Paris.

Can anyone knock Barcelona off the top of the Power Rankings? FC Porto and Real Madrid are making their cases.

1. Barcelona (no change)

Luis Enrique's side continue to impress in 2015. Though Saturday's 2-2 draw with Sevilla -- a game in which they took a 2-0 lead and should have made it five or six before conceding a late equalizer -- was a letdown, they showed no signs of damage in Wednesday's comprehensive 3-1 win over PSG. Seizing control of their Champions League quarterfinal in the first...

 By Ian Darke

Premier League's top teams have all seen their fortunes change in 2015

Big, big, big, big game in the Premier League. The boys are joined by Radamel Falcao and the "Special One" ahead of Chelsea's clash with Manchester United.

The mood has changed in the Premier League.

Forget almost everything you were hearing even a few months ago. Back then, so we all thought, Manchester City had such a talented squad that they might easily overhaul Chelsea at the top. Manchester United were a disjointed outfit that surely could not make the top four as Louis van Gaal groped hopelessly for a winning formula. Arsenal fans were, as usual, bombarding radio stations with calls for Arsene Wenger to go.

Liverpool were labouring in a midtable...