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Premier League Team of the Weekend, Dec. 28

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley discusses Manchester City's inability to close the gap at the top, while Arsenal were able to close in on the top four with a win at West Ham.

After each round of Premier League fixtures, ESPN FC brings you its Team of the Weekend. Our panel of experts carefully select 11 star performers along with a manager.

Do you agree or disagree? You can have your say on those picked or overlooked in the comments section at the foot of the article or on Twitter using the hashtag #TOTW. Plus, tune in to Monday's "ESPN FC" (5:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2) for more reaction.

ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend.
ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend

Goalkeeper: Hands up -- who had the early kickoff down for a stalemate? Tottenham and...

QPR fail to take advantage of a wounded Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace managed to stifle red-hot Charlie Austin and save a point for interim manager Keither Millen.

Two wrongs don't make a right. That nugget of philosophy is dished out by teachers when 10 minutes of sitting on the naughty step is too juvenile and lunchbox philosophy is required. Sometimes, sadly, it even gets regurgitated by adult know-it-alls who think those six silly words when strung together in the correct order are the death knell for any healthy debate about crime and punishment. But when you grow up, you realise sometimes two wrongs are OK; an eye for an eye and all that.

Sadly, in football,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

#FCtalkingpoints: Prem title, Bale or De Gea, Balotelli, sack race, diving

Cesc Fabregas was yellow carded for simulation in Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Southampton, but did he actually dive?

Football always inspires debate, and this weekend was no exception. Here are five burning questions on the ESPN FC radar.

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

It might be hard to believe, but the Premier League is already at the halfway point. After Chelsea looked like early runaway winners, the two teams from Manchester have shown some life and are sitting in second, City, and third, United, respectively. 

Who will win the Premier League?

Jose Mourinho has suggested more than once this...

 By Ben Jacobs

'Lucky' win over Hull the springboard Leicester needed heading into 2015

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Riyad Mahrez goal (32') Hull City 0-1 Leicester City

Leicester ended a 13-game winless streak with their biggest and luckiest victory of the season. If you played the game 100 times, Hull City probably would have won 5-1 in 99 of them, but instead City not only hung on for a 1-0 victory, but did so with 10 men.

Thankfully for the Foxes, Paul Konchesky's red card didn't hugely alter the game, although after he departed Abel Hernandez ballooned a sitter over the bar from 5 yards. Prior to that, both the Uruguayan and Jake Livermore struck the post....

 By Max Hicks

The numbers don't lie for underperforming Swansea

Garry Monk's Swansea can make it four wins in four matches to start the season should they take down Chelsea on Saturday.
Swansea manager Garry Monk takes his side to Anfield to face Liverpool on Monday.

Swansea were not particularly convincing in their 1-0 Boxing Day win vs. Aston Villa, ceding far too much possession to their visitors and having to rely on highlight-reel saves from Lukasz Fabianski and a blown penalty call to survive.

Meanwhile, Liverpool edged past Burnley by the same score. The two results and performances reinforced the feeling that neither of these sides is playing to its full potential.

The excellence that saw Liverpool come so close to winning last season's title owed more...

 By Simon Curtis

Fernandinho's inspired performance not enough to save Manchester City

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley discusses Manchester City's inability to close the gap at the top, while Arsenal were able to close in on the top four with a win at West Ham.

On a day when Chelsea's lethargic draw at Southampton offered Manchester City the opportunity to close to within a point of the Premier League leaders, an unusual second-half paralysis set in instead. City has not given up a two-goal lead at home and lost since an April 2009 visit from Fulham. Although City avoided that ignominy, little else was left to the imagination in their 2-2 draw with Burnley on Sunday.

The mouthwatering prospect of racking up 10 straight wins must also wait, as the Blues...