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Chelsea closer to Premier League title but are Everton in a relegation scrap?

Manchester United grab another three points, while Aston Villa break their losing streak with a vital extra-time winner.
A full slate of midweek fixtures saw Tim Sherwood lead Villa to victory, an apologetic Ben Foster and a water bottle showdown between Gus Poyet and Steve Bruce.
The ESPN FC panel discuss why Chelsea have been able to maintain their lead atop the Premier League as they held on for a 1-nil victory over West Ham.

It's time to run the rule over the Heroes and Villains of Matchday 28 in the Premier League as there were plenty of exciting midweek fixtures.


Twice, Jonas Gutierrez has been diagnosed with testicular cancer. Twice, he has beaten it. To fight that battle with courage and dignity, whether that battle is won or lost, is an achievement that outstrips any of the trivialities this column covers from week to week. To fight it twice, to beat it twice and to return to one of the world's most demanding...

Is FIFA president Sepp Blatter losing support in South America?

FIFA president Sepp Blatter took the Paraguay presidential helicopter as his election rivals went by bus to see the Paraguay president.

What does it mean when something doesn't happen? Is inaction actually an action?

Sepp Blatter left CONMEBOL's congress this week without the endorsement of the South American Football Confederation. In the past, it was downright automatic, thanks to his long history with various power brokers in that part of the world. He was close to Brazilian FA boss Ricardo Teixeira, son-in-law of his former boss and predecessor, one-time FIFA president Joao Havelange, and to Julio Grondona, who headed the Argentine...

 By Nick Miller

Manchester United face Liverpool in fascinating fight for top four

The ESPN FC crew examine the SPI predictions for the teams that will finish in the top four of the Premier League, and look ahead to Manchester United's challenging schedule.

Manchester United simply do not make sense this season. Every game appears to bring a fresh nadir in the quality of performance; each week a fresh layer of despair is added to how joyless this team seems to have become.

Heads are shaken as another anemic Angel Di Maria performance makes him look a shadow of the player we saw in the early weeks of the season; eyes are rubbed as those present wonder whether this is the same Radamel Falcao who was the deadliest centre-forward in Europe a couple of...

 By Peter Thorne

Winston Reid and new West Ham deal a huge boost to Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce spoke ahead of his Premier League match against Chelsea about Winston Reid's contract and his own future at the club.

The news that Winston Reid has signed a new contract with West Ham is as surprising as it is welcoming.

With the 26-year-old becoming a free agent in the summer, a move across London to Arsenal or Tottenham had been expected, and Sam Allardyce had claimed the defender was "highly unlikely" to still be at the club next season.

Joint owner David Sullivan had other ideas, though, and managed to convince Reid that he has a good future at West Ham, getting the defender to agree to a new six-and-a-half-year...

Stoke continue to cope with injury curse in push up the table

Stoke boss Mark Hughes has spoken of his European ambition this season.

Everton were the latest side to be beaten by Stoke, with the 2-0 win on Wednesday making it three wins on the bounce as they continue to defy their growing injury list in pursuit of every club league record there is.

Unbelievably, Stoke lost another defender to injury, with Philipp Wollscheid the latest name added to the list of absentees with a groin strain. The fans have long been campaigning for the Britannia to be expanded but at this rate it will be second in line behind a medical department...

 By Ben Jacobs

Gutsy not good enough as Leicester seek points for survival

Leicester are seven points adrift of safety but boss Nigel Pearson remains upbeat over their survival prospects.

Leicester are playing well enough to survive but results just aren't going their way -- with Wednesday's 2-0 defeat at Manchester City leaving Nigel Pearson's men seven points adrift of safety.

It is hard to see City getting out of trouble, which is a shame because following a winter of discontent, they are winning plaudits once again -- the same ones who spoke so glowingly after September's shock 5-3 victory over Manchester United.

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