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 By Max Hicks
48 minutes ago

Set plays, physicality and rotation - what to expect vs. Palace

Swansea City manager Gary Monk believes their next nine Premier League games will define their season ahead of hosting Crystal Palace.

Swansea begin a tough schedule of three games in nine days with a home match against Crystal Palace this weekend. Last week, Manchester City's superior class made enough difference to spoil a promising Swansea display. This week, a less talented Palace will play physically, which perhaps isn't an ideal start to what promises to be a tough, compressed schedule. Here are three points to consider from a Swansea perspective heading into Saturday ...

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 By Michael Cox
49 minutes ago

Look beyond the table to appreciate one of the best Prem seasons in years

The ESPN FC team debate whether or not Chelsea will win the Premier League without a single defeat.

Football is unquestionably Britain's major sport, and its staggering dominance has only increased over the past couple of decades. These days it's unusual to flick through your Monday newspaper, find the sport section, and be confronted with anything other than football on the front page, but that's what happened this week after Lewis Hamilton won the Formula 1 championship.

This year's F1 campaign was peculiarly analogous to the Premier League in 2014-15 in the sense that it was utterly dominated...

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53 minutes ago

#FCdebate -- Can Chelsea go unbeaten in the Premier League?

The FC TV panel disagree on Chelsea's prospects. What do you think? Vote now!

After 12 games of the Premier League season, Chelsea have a six-point lead at the top having dropped just four points to date.

Indeed, so dominant have Jose Mourinho's men been that discussions regarding whether or not they will win the title are being replaced by debates as to whether they can emulate Arsenal's "Invincibles," who went unbeaten throughout the 2003-04 campaign.

Can Chelsea finish the Premier League season unbeaten?

It's a tall order, of course, to avoid defeat for 38 games but Chelsea have already played at -- and not been beaten by...

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Improving Burnley are favourites vs. Villa in hunt for third successive win

Burnley manager Sean Dyche says his team must continue their winning ways against Aston Villa on Saturday.

Burnley are in the unfamiliar position of being favourites to win Saturday's match against Aston Villa at Turf Moor. Back-to-back victories have created a buzz around the place and the Clarets have the incentive of potentially bouncing out of the relegation zone if they beat Paul Lambert's side.

Sean Dyche's team will have to deal with the pressure of being expected to win for the first time this season and it will be fascinating to see how they cope in front of what should be a big and loud crowd...

 By Chris Wright
about an hour ago

Andres Iniesta opens up his wine bodega to one lucky fan

When he's not busy pulling strings in the Barcelona midfield, Andres Iniesta can be found tending to his grapes (so to speak) at his luxury vineyard in his hometown of Fuentealbilla, nestled amid the rolling hills of the Castilla-La Mancha wine region west of Valencia.

Iniesta has listed his eponymous "Bodega Iniesta" on holiday property trading site Airbnb, offering one lucky fan the chance to come and stay with him at his vineyard, with the trip including a meal, a guided tour and the opportunity...

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Champions League chase a close race, but what's holding back contenders?

The ESPN FC crew discuss the chances Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers gets fired from Liverpool in the near future.

Manchester United may have returned to the Champions League places following their 2-1 win over Arsenal on Saturday, but Louis van Gaal was unwilling to declare it a return to their best.

In fact, he played down the performance of his side, even though it was his first away win in England and came against a clear rival. There were simply too many flaws.

"The first 25 minutes we gave the ball away so silly," Van Gaal said. "That is not possible for a top team."

The number of points United reached...