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Arsenal vs. Aston Villa - The FA Cup final's four key battles

Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown speaks about his admiration for the job Tim Sherwood has done at Aston Villa, from lifting the overall mood at the club to getting more from key players like Christian Benteke.

Saturday's FA Cup final will see Aston Villa's Tim Sherwood going toe-to-toe with Arsene Wenger from Arsenal for the final domestic trophy on offer. We look at four of the key battles that could determine the outcome.

1. Laurent Koscielny vs. Christian Benteke

The first port of call was always going to be how Arsenal's main centre-back would fare against Aston Villa's star striker. Christian Benteke has rediscovered his best form under Sherwood, with 11 of his 13 Premier League goals coming once...

Does Alan Pardew have a case for Premier League manager of the year?

Keeping two teams in the Premier League this season makes Alan Pardew award-worthy.

What makes a Manager of the Year?

Is it being the manager of the league's best club? In that case, in the Premier League you should honor Jose Mourinho, as Chelsea have been clearly deserving title winners. (The League Managers' Association did just award the Blues' boss, but Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe took the top overall prize.)

If you want to honor the league's most surprising team, then surely Ronald Koeman deserves recognition for his keeping Southampton in contention after last summer's...

Di Maria, Ospina are surprising leaders in some key Premier League stats

Angel Di Maria has struggled to settle at Manchester United during his first season in the Premier League, but the Argentine has high aspirations at Old Trafford.
Arsenal may be linked to Petr Cech but their current starter at goal, David Ospina, has performed well in his 16 appearances.

As the Premier League season draws to a somewhat anti-climactic close for all those that aren't petrified fans of Hull, Newcastle and Sunderland, reveal the players that have been most efficient across a wide range of statistics.

While the likes of Hazard, Aguero, Kane and De Gea may have been lauded among the top performers this campaign, the following individuals are 10 players that, in most cases, may not have stolen the headlines this season, but deserve credit nonetheless for...

Barcelona, Arsenal, Eden Hazard and the art of Danger Zone passing

One of Barcelona's many strengths is the intricate, deliberate passing of the front three inside the penalty area.

"One pass too many." "Needlessly elaborate." "Why didn't he just have a go?"

These complaints arise every time an attack sputters out near the penalty area with a difficult pass that doesn't quite reach its target. Clubs that focus on intricate passing attacks through the center of the pitch, most famously Barcelona and Arsenal, regularly field such complaints from fans and pundits alike. And yet, statistical analysis can demonstrate the value of attempting that one extra pass within the penalty...

Assessing the Premier League's relegation candidates by the numbers

The ESPN FC team delve deeper into the Premier League relegation race, where Hull City are in for a daunting task against Tottenham and Manchester United.

Over the weekend, Burnley and QPR's fates were sealed as both were relegated to the Championship. The former went down fighting, the latter managed barely a whimper. Now the race is on to see who will avoid joining the duo in England's second tier next season.

Aston Villa sit four points above the drop zone, and given their recent form, are expected to retain their Premier League status. However, any of Leicester, Sunderland, Newcastle and Hull City still face the threat of relegation to the second...

 By Jake Cohen

How Chelsea, Real Madrid and Southampton rule the transfer market

The ESPN FC team discuss the big picture with Real Madrid ahead of their Champions League semifinal second leg against Juventus, where the crew feel that if Real are to bow out of the competition, Carlo Ancelotti faces a real possibility of being sacked.

Despite having vastly differing resources, football clubs share one common goal when it comes to the transfer market: maximising the return on their investments.

For clubs with limited finances like Southampton, using a prominent youth development system to develop young players like Gareth Bale, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Luke Shaw, sell them for a high price and then reinvest the profit back into the system to perpetuate a cycle of talent development, is an ideal model.

For clubs with seemingly...