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 By Shaka Hislop

Barcelona stay top ahead of Bayern Munich; Leicester on the rise

Shaka Hislop is away on international assignment, but that hasn't stopped him from putting together his power rankings.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Barca's record-breaking 29 match unbeaten run could be extended thanks to their front three.

It's as you were at the top but, further down, two unlikely Premier League title hopefuls are making an impression.

1. Barcelona (no change)

Given they were 7-0 up from the first leg, Barcelona possibly needed some motivation for their Copa del Rey semifinal second leg at Valencia. Thus, the prospect of a club record 29th consecutive game unbeaten was a welcome target and one which was achieved by Wilfrid Kaptoum's late goal. Earlier in the week, Barca won 2-0 at Levante.

2. Bayern Munich (no...

Why Juventus vs. Napoli will be the highlight of the 2015-16 Serie A season

Napoli have completed the double over Juventus just three times; in 1958, 1987 and 2010.
The ESPN FC panel preview Juventus versus Napoli, debating if Napoli can take any points considering Juve's recent form.

It's not decisive, the protagonists insist. Juventus-Napoli is not the Super Bowl. The fate of the Scudetto doesn't depend on it. Thirteen games will remain after this weekend, with 39 points still to play for. The fixture list and the math support their argument, but who are they kidding? Games don't get much bigger than this one.

If Juventus come out on top they will lead Serie A for the first time this season. It's something captain Gigi Buffon admits was "unthinkable" after that October...

 By Rory Smith

Arsenal vs. Leicester a painful reunion for Arsene Wenger with Claudio Ranieri

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes that February will be a crucial month for Arsenal's title hopes.

Arsene Wenger and Claudio Ranieri have always been fond of each other. To call them close might be pushing it, but they share more than basic professional respect: there is genuine affection there, too. The Italian was a regular visitor to Highbury while he was Chelsea manager, travelling incognito to and from games on the tube; the pair remained in touch even after his time at Stamford Bridge had drawn to a close.

At the heart of their friendship, though, is what Wenger refers to as "a scar...

 By Adam Hurrey

Leicester have mastered art of downplaying Premier League title chances

ESPN FC's Brian McBride believes that Leicester City will win the EPL if their players can stay healthy.

It's a footballing concept at least as old as the title race itself, and it's an annual post-Christmas Premier League tradition to rival transfer window chaos and desperate managerial changes. When it comes to downplaying their own chances of lifting the Premier League trophy in May, Claudio Ranieri and his Leicester squad are outplaying every title contender in recent memory.

Why is it so important for title-challenging managers to oversee such blanket denial of what the league table so strongly...

Feyenoord's disastrous six-game losing streak the worst in De Kuip history

Ajax have kept themselves within a point of Eredivisie leaders PSV after they beat rivals Feyenoord 2-1.

Ever since the Dutch Eredivisie was founded in 1956, Feyenoord have never lost more than four games in a row. Even in their darkest hours, like the disastrous 2010-11 season when they were thrashed 10-0 by PSV Eindhoven and finished 10th, the giants from Rotterdam did not sink to such a level.

Yet now they are experiencing a nightmare. Feyenoord have lost not four, not five, but six consecutive league fixtures for the first time in their history, and nobody at the club is able to find a logical explanation.

It...

Liverpool fans make themselves heard after Anfield protest walkout

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says fans have reached a tipping point regarding ticket prices.

Some Liverpool fans brought black flags, others carried flyers urging fellow supporters to register their anger at next season's ticket price rise by walking out in the 77th minute against Sunderland at Anfield on Saturday. When the stadium clock hit the magic number, a resounding thump of seats signalled that the movement had gained popular support.

By Monday, as club owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) discussed the wisdom of prices such as the £77 match ticket (up from £59) that prompted...