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 By Nick Miller

Man City vs. Arsenal in Carabao Cup final: Which team has the edge?

The FC crew preview the league cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City, and examine what the Gunners can do to get the better of City.

The Carabao Cup is the poor relation of English football, the competition toward which most teams direct the least of their energy. But now that we are at the final stage, the Wembley arch looming, and there is actual, tangible success available, one suspects both of these teams will be taking it very seriously indeed.

There is a whopping 27-point gap between the two sides in the Premier League: in terms of only points, Arsenal are actually closer to West Brom at the bottom of the table than City...

 By Tony Evans

Arsenal, Arsene Wenger can pull off Carabao Cup final upset vs. Man City

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison look ahead to Sunday's Carabao Cup final between Arsenal and Manchester City.

Another season, another cup final. Arsene Wenger has clung to his job by winning knockout competitions, and as pressure has mounted on the Arsenal manager over the past half-decade, FA Cup successes have acted as a release valve. Winning the Carabao Cup may not be enough to keep him at the Emirates next season but victory over Manchester City at Wembley would strengthen Wenger's case for remaining in position after the summer.

To do this, the 68-year-old needs to come up with a plan to neutralize...

 By Nick Miller

Man United vs. Chelsea tale of the tape: which team has the edge?

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner square off in predicting all of the Premier League fixtures from week 28.

When Manchester United play Chelsea, you don't usually need to add much of an edge. Since Chelsea won their first Premier League title in 2005, these two have been champions 10 times in 13 seasons: only the money of Manchester City and the miracle of Leicester have kept it from being a clean sweep.

But of course, there is an edge this time. Feuds between Jose Mourinho and other managers can have a pantomime feel, like boxers who pretend to hate each other in the name of hype, but there is most...

Gennaro Gattuso proving the sceptics wrong in turning AC Milan around

Fabio Borini's first half goal helped AC Milan to a comfortable 4-0 aggregate victory over Ludogorets Razgrad in the Europa League round of 32.

"I get a stomach ache when I see Milan playing in this formation, it's completely wrong," Silvio Berlusconi complained at the turn of the year. A fortnight later, it was clear Milan's former owner had had enough. "I don't watch them anymore," he huffed. "The formation goes against all the principles that made me the most successful president in the history of the game. They don't listen to my advice."

Gennaro "Rino" Gattuso knows this comes with the territory when you're manager of Milan. As a...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Bayern take top spot as PSG climb and Shakhtar return

This week's edition of Shaka's power rankings see's Shakhtar join the top ten and Bayern Munich ascends to the top spot.
Shaka Hislop's birthday surprise is something you're not going to want to miss on this edition of Extra Time.
Shaka Hislop was in a rare mood on his birthday and had the good fortune of a few laughs and surprises throughout the day.

The German champions are on top of another table after a week in which they won at home and in Europe. Meanwhile, Man City slip after their shock defeat.

Dropping out Tottenham: 

Agree? Disagree? Let us know, and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV!

Shaka Hislop played for over 10 years in the Premier League and represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2006 World Cup. Watch him on ESPN FC TV!

L.A. youth academy bringing together Latino heritage while growing U.S. game

Within the heart of thousands of Latino immigrants, lies the dream of one day being able to wear the United States soccer jersey.

LOS ANGELES -- In a city known for realizing and breaking dreams, Los Angeles is home to nearly 5 million Latinos, or about 9 percent of the Hispanic population of the United States, according to Pew Research.

Amid the melting pot, Alberto Villegas wanted to add something from his native Mexico after he immigrated to California. Villegas saw an opportunity in building soccer pitches, laying the foundation for a soccer academy.

"It was the biggest challenge for me. Not only coming into this...