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 By Max Hicks

Swansea primed for first-ever Premier League win over Tottenham

Swansea City manager Garry Monk discusses Harry Kane's impressive form this season and how his team will hope to stifle the Tottenham star on Wednesday.

Swansea have the most points they've ever held at this stage in a Premier League season and have a very good chance of ending it with a team-record total. That's assuming manager Garry Monk can keep his team performing at the 1.48 points-per-game clip they've averaged to date. There are one or two other personal bests Swansea can aim for as motivation for the remainder of the season, and beating Spurs for the first time in Premier League play has to be one of them.

Swansea should feel encouraged...

 By John Crace

Tottenham focus must now turn to Champions League surge

Swansea City manager Garry Monk discusses Harry Kane's impressive form this season and how his team will hope to stifle the Tottenham star on Wednesday.

In 2008, Spurs beat Chelsea in the Carling Cup final; the remainder of the season was a write-off, as the team decided to go on holiday early. The team barely won another game all season. The following year, Spurs lost to Manchester United in the Carling Cup final; the remainder of the season was triumphant. Back-to-back wins against Chelsea and Arsenal at White Hart Lane and an away win at Manchester City took Spurs into the Champions League for the first -- and so far, only -- time. If Spurs...

What happened to Jese at Real? Plus: Atletico's indiscipline could be costly

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

Such is my regard for what he achieves and, in almost equal proportion, how he goes about achieving his triumphs, it's rare that I'm motivated to criticise Carlo Ancelotti -- but it's appropriate right now.

First of all he bears some direct responsibility for Madrid not sneaking Sunday night's game against Villarreal 2-1 and sitting four points ahead of Barcelona with three weeks to go until el Clasico at the Camp Nou. With just a handful of minutes left, Sergio Asenjo pawed at a cross from the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi voted ESPN FC Player of the Month for February

The ESPN FC crew believe Lionel Messi is the front-runner for February's Player of the Month, but question the omission of in-form Wolfsburg striker, Bas Dost.

Europe's top performers for February were whittled down to a three-man shortlist in consultation with WhoScored.com and ESPN FC's writers.

Lionel Messi, Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery were those in contention, despite the vociferous protestations from Craig Burley that Bas Dost should've been included for the February award. And, for the second time this season, Barcelona's No. 10 has been named ESPN FC's Player of the Month.

Messi's second victory comes just as his first did: in a landslide. The...

Ancelotti replacing Isco with Illarramendi an understandable call

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down Real Madrid's draw to Villarreal, and what that means for the La Liga title race.

The knives were out for manager Carlo Ancelotti after Real Madrid's 1-1 draw Sunday night against an under-strength Villarreal side. Madrid had not dropped league points on home soil since losing to Atletico Madrid in September and were up against a side fielding their second string in all but name.

Top scorer Luciano Vietto was rested, captain Bruno Soriano was injured and creative spark Denis Cheryshev was not allowed to play against his parent club, owing to the terms of his loan deal. Marcelino...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea full of confidence as they cross London for West Ham tilt

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson preview West Ham's midweek fixture against Chelsea at Upton Park.

It could all have been so different. Chelsea could have been entering their match with West Ham United on Wednesday night with the weight of the world on their shoulders. Had a butterfly on the other side of the world flapped its wings to an alternative beat on Sunday then maybe Tottenham would have prevailed in the Capital One Cup final and Manchester City might have turned their defeat to Liverpool into a victory. Chelsea could have found themselves sitting second in the Premier League by the time...