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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's critical clash with Spurs, rampant Chelsea host WBA

Rio Ferdinand tells ESPN FC that Manchester United's top four hopes are not over yet.
Rio Ferdinand tells ESPN FC that Manchester United's top four hopes are not over yet.

Defeat for Manchester United in Sunday's clash with Tottenham would not only all-but end their slim title hopes, their chances of finishing in the top four would be in serious jeopardy. 

Losing to Mauricio Pochettino's men would send Jose Mourinho's side nine points adrift of Spurs, who will start the game fifth. 

Elsewhere, rampant Chelsea host high-flying West Brom while troubled West Ham, hammered 5-1 against Arsenal last week, visit Anfield with Liverpool still reeling from last Sunday's...

 By Shaka Hislop

Chelsea take top spot in Power Rankings, Juventus up to third

The ESPN FC guys share their thoughts on the latest edition of Shaka's Power Rankings.

Chelsea's seemingly unstoppable form puts them top of the Power Rankings for the first time in a long time. They might stay there until they next lose, too...

1. Chelsea (+1)

Will Antonio Conte's side ever lose another game? Of course they will, but for now the Blues are rolling through opponents with ease. Last weekend saw another master class against a top opponent as they fell behind at Man City but rallied for three slick goals to take all three points and cement their position at the top...

 By Tim Vickery

Atletico Nacional prepare for Club World Cup with draw in Bogota

Chapecoense have been awarded the 2016 Copa Sudamericana title after a mass appeal from clubs around South America.
Atletico Nacional supporters
Atletico Nacional supporters turned out in full force to send their team off for the Club World Cup.

On Wednesday night, Atletico Nacional were to have been in Brazil, disputing the second leg of the Copa Sudamericana final against Chapecoense.

Fate had other intensions. Chapecoense, of course, suffered that tragic air crash. The final never took place, and instead, Nacional found themselves in domestic action, playing the first leg of their Colombian league semifinal away to Santa Fe of Bogota.

The game ended 1-1 -- something of a triumph for Nacional because they took the field with a reserve...

European top scorers Monaco find their rhythm under Leonardo Jardim

Leonardo Jardim never played football professionally, but his journey through the lower leagues aided in his success.

The transformation has been truly remarkable. If anyone had predicted in the summer that Monaco would be the highest-scoring team in Europe's top leagues come December, they would have been laughed out of town. And yet here they are -- the Monegasques have scored 49 goals in just 16 matches in Ligue 1.

That is a whopping 19 goals more than leaders Nice and the multimillionaires of Paris Saint-Germain. Real Madrid have netted 37 times in 16 Primera Division fixtures. Barcelona are further...

 By Tony Evans

Liverpool's defensive issues could cancel out their sparkling attack

Craig Burley goes through the litany of problems facing Liverpool in their defence.

Jurgen Klopp has a problem. His Liverpool team looked shell-shocked after a 4-3 defeat by Bournemouth at Dean Court. The only one who looked composed was the 49-year-old German.

Ultimately, Klopp was disappointed. Any manager whose side twice held a two-goal lead would have harsh words to administer in the dressing room after defeat. Yet the manager might feel that his side have overachieved so far this season. To get to this stage of the campaign with just two defeats is an accomplishment few...

 By Tim Vickery

Chapecoense, Atletico Nacional forge friendship from depths of tragedy

Thousands of supporters paid their final respects to the Chapecoense players, coaches and staff.

It is of very little consolation, but the death of a team has led to the birth of a moving friendship between the two clubs, which disaster did not allow to meet. Atletico Nacional of Colombia were to have hosted Chapecoense of Brazil last Wednesday in the first leg of the final of the Copa Sudamericana, the continent's Europa League equivalent.

The Brazilians never made it, their plane having run out of fuel on its approach to the airport in Medellin. The crash claimed the lives of 71 of the...