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Leicester title dream continues but Spurs pose nightmares for Arsenal

Mauricio Pochettino admits his side are in a good position in the Premier League and insists he believes his players can fight for the title.
The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the SPI indicating that Leicester City are now Premier League title favourites.
The ESPN FC crew present their Team of the Weekend for the 25th round of matches in the English Premier League.

Let the rest of soccer-loving mankind revel in Leicester City's little-fox-who-could fairytale season. Me, I'm trying to stave off impending doom: For the first time since the Jurassic period, Spurs are looking down on Arsenal in the Premier League table, albeit purely on goal differential. Still, given that it's Spurs, the other North London club that has kept to its place (usually fifth or sixth) over the years, that's sufficient to send any Dennis Bergkamp jersey-wearing Gooner to the nearest...

Arsenal fail again vs. Chelsea despite Blues' crisis as Fabregas, Costa run riot

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Arsenal, which has many Gunners fans up in arms.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Diego Costa instigated yet another red card, much like he did in their previous encounter.

Somewhere -- perhaps at the official Manchester United supporters' pub in Shanghai where he has spent his family vacation frantically trying to compute the correct number of stamps to put on a letter to England, Jose Mourinho was smiling. And snarling.

Smiling because his former team Chelsea continued his legacy of utter dominance over his favorite human pinata, Arsene Wenger. Snarling because the most telling blows were landed by his two Spanish Benedict Arnolds -- Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas...

Jurgen Klopp vs. Arsene Wenger the highlight of the Premier League week

Arsene Wenger told Jurgen Klopp he must adapt to the traditions of English football after the Liverpool boss complained about fixtures.

Although they have been known to spurn the traditional handshake with certain fellow managers whose idea of aesthetic perfection is to hoof the ball long and kick lumps out of their opponents, Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp will no doubt engage in a warm bro-hug when they meet for the first time in English soccer at Anfield on Wednesday. League-leading Arsenal (oh, how I love the sound of those three words) will be favored against Liverpool, but it is the German and Frenchman's brewing love affair...

An open letter to Roman Abramovich in the wake of Jose Mourinho's exit

The ESPN FC panel debate whether Jose Mourinho will ever manage in England again after his departure from Chelsea.

Editor's note: with Jose Mourinho now out as Chelsea manager, ESPN FC's Premier League columnist David Hirshey felt compelled to pen a note to the man who made that decision, Roman Abramovich.

Dear Roman,

First off, I think I speak for everyone who writes or comments about the Premier League when I say spasibo ("thanks") for making our lives so infinitely richer by keeping Jose employed long past his sell-by date. That said, I'm not thrilled about the timing of his dismissal, coming as it did...

Man United's defeat at Bournemouth another indictment of Louis van Gaal

It was another big, big weekend in the English Premier League, Anthony Richardson recaps the best and worst of it.

Aside from expecting Arsenal to lay waste to everyone in their path en route to the Inevitable Treble, I pride myself on rooting for the underdog. So you can imagine my disappointment when Manchester United lost to Bournemouth 2-1 on Saturday.

I suppose it was too much to expect a plucky, under-resourced side to pull off the upset after the Cherries had shown no mercy last week against those scrappy relegation battlers Chelsea, but incurable romantic that I am, I thought a proud club like United...

Four reasons to fear mighty Leicester City as their superb season continues

The Exploding Heads sum up this weekend's Premier League action including Leicester City's incredible start to the season.

How insane is this EPL season? In no particular order, Chelsea are in a relegation battle, Manchester United are unwatchable, Manchester City are praying for Pep Guardiola, a previously rampant Liverpool lost to Newcastle and Arsene Wenger is a no-longer-closeted fan of the reggae prophet, Bob Marley.

On second thought, maybe the Wenger-Marley connection is not as bizarre as it seems. After all, how often this season has the Arsenal manager observed one of his players writhing on the turf and...