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Milner among culprits for City's form

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WhoScored: City's away form a hindrance?

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WhoScored: Hummels key for Dortmund

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 By Michael Cox

FA Cup semifinals offer plenty of intrigue among the four managers

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Stewart Robson preview Arsenal's FA Cup semifinal with Reading and wonder if the Gunners will repeat the mistakes of last year.

Frustrating fixture scheduling has ensured that the FA Cup semifinals won't be centre stage this weekend. Both ties clash with a notable Premier League contest, which seems a great shame considering that both games have tremendous potential.

There's a nice mixture between a potential giant-killing on Saturday, and an all-Premier League tie on the Sunday. The most interesting battles, however, are taking place in the dugouts.

Arsenal vs. Reading

Saturday's semifinal provides an obvious contrast...

Many culprits in Manchester City's recent poor turn in form

Former Manchester United forward Eric Cantona believes Manchester City should follow Barcelona's lead and prioritise youth development, rather than signing established stars.

It does not get much lower for Manchester City these days than conceding four goals in defeat at Old Trafford, but what is yet more troubling for Manuel Pellegrini's side is that it extended their run of away Premier League losses to four matches. The last time they endured such a poor run in top-flight football was nearly two decades ago, in the 1995-96 season, when they went on to finish 15th in the table.

Any City fan complaining about their current "plight" would do well to recall the club's...

Manchester City's poor away form can be overcome at Manchester United

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!

"A derby is a derby. It doesn't matter what place you are in the league, it's a derby. If anything it's a good moment to go into a derby." As well as successfully establishing that Sunday's encounter with Manchester United is a derby, City captain Vincent Kompany was quick to cling to the old adage that the form book goes out the window on such occasions.

WhoScored.com bring us the stats that not only go some way to proving the Belgian right ahead of the weekend's battle, but also suggests that...

 By Michael Cox

Ander Herrera the best, Falcao worst
of Man United's summer signings

With Man United likely to be in the market for a new defender next summer, is Mats Hummels the man?

Manchester United's outlay on transfers last summer was the greatest in the club's history. Throughout their quarter-century as England's dominant football club United have inevitably signed a succession of good footballers, but never have they been a "buying club" to this extent. Most estimates place their outlay at around £140 million, with sales recouping only around £40 million -- this doesn't even take into account the costly loan of Radamel Falcao.

A net spend of £100 million...

 By Michael Cox

There's only one candidate for Player of the Year, and it's Eden Hazard

ESPN FC's Craig Burley picks out his Premier League best XI, with Diego Costa and Harry Kane leading the attack.

It is around this point in the Premier League season, when the clocks have gone forward and the sun starts shining, that attention turns to the PFA Player of the Year award.

This year, it's difficult to understand why there should be any debate. Chelsea's Eden Hazard is the strong favourite, and for good reason: He's been a consistent performer, an entertainer and the key player for the probable title winners. To realise why Hazard is such a dangerous attacker, however, it's worth considering football...

 By Michael Cox

Against Liverpool, Arsenal must forget Emirates Stadium struggles vs. rivals

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Craig Burley discuss the importance of this weekend's Premier League fixture for Liverpool as they take on Arsenal at the Emirates.
Former Liverpool man Steve Nicol gives us his starting lineup for Liverpool when they travel to the Emirates.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Janusz Michallik preview the big match in the Premier League this weekend between Arsenal and Liverpool and if this is a must-win for Brendan Rodgers' men.

Ahead of Arsenal's meeting with Liverpool on Saturday, it's worth looking back to see when it was that the Gunners last defeated a top-four rival at the Emirates in the Premier League.

The answer, in fact, is the last time Liverpool visited -- Nov. 2, 2013 -- a game Arsene Wenger's men won 2-0. The victory was impressive, if less convincing than the scoreline suggests, but it feels an absolute eternity ago.

Since then at the Emirates, Arsenal have faced Chelsea (0-0), Manchester United (0-0), Manchester...