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 By Chris Wright

Free beer laid on for Leicester City fans after relegation avoided

Leicester manager Nigel Pearson commends his side for the impressive run that led to securing safety from relegation.

Having risen phoenix-like from the relegation zone's murky depths -- with six wins from eight games -- to secure their Premier League status for another year, spirits are understandably high at Leicester City at the moment.

As such, the club's owners are hoping to facilitate a party atmosphere at the King Power Stadium for the final game of the season against QPR on Sunday by laying on free beer for the fans in attendance.

Leicester vice-chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has announced that every...

Ten-man Queretaro suffer as Pachuca take advantage into second leg

Ronaldinho reacts as Queretaro went down in the first leg.

Even missing two young stars, Pachuca managed to impose their will on the opening leg of the Liga MX semifinal series with Queretaro, scoring twice in Hidalgo to take that aggregate advantage into the deciding match on Sunday, May 24.

Queretaro and their big star, Ronaldinho, were stifled not only by the opposing goals, but also by a red card that caused coach Victor Manuel Vucetich to pull the Brazilian star in favor of a more conditioned player. The change was aimed to combat the advantage held...

Hull City praying for a miracle as survival battle reaches climax

Big, big, big, big day in the Premier League. The Exploding Heads break down all the storylines heading into Survival Sunday.

And then there was just one. Hull City have watched on enviously this month as sides have made their excuses and left the Premier League relegation fight -- West Brom, Aston Villa, Leicester and now Sunderland.

All that remains is Newcastle United, the last team that can possibly save the Tigers' skin.

Steve Bruce and his players are in an almighty pickle as the final day of the season looms large. Two points adrift of safety after three consecutive defeats, anything less than a victory against...

 By Simon Barnes

Is the glory of the Premier League really worth it?

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said his side's 3-0 defeat to West Brom was due to winning the Premier League title too early and lack of competition from top contenders.

What am I bid for this very desirable object: a place in the Premier League? On Monday, Norwich City play Middlesbrough for precisely that thing. How much is it worth? £60 million? £100 million, sir, thank you. Any more? £120 million... £145 million... £150 million...

And still they bid. No one can agree quite how much money the Championship playoff final at Wembley is worth to the winning club: only that they will be carting money away in sackloads. There will be staggering...

 By David Mooney

Manuel Pellegrini must experiment with nothing to lose vs. Southampton

The ESPN FC panel respond to the reports suggesting James Milner rejected an offer from Manchester City.

It's very rare these days that Manchester City get a competitive game with absolutely nothing riding on it. In years gone by, the fans would count themselves lucky if safety was secured in April and the campaign was trundling to its conclusion.

If the supporters were very fortunate, then the end-of-season finale wouldn't finish 8-1 to Middlesbrough, as it did in 2008. It still pains me that the best goal in that game just happened to be the single one that Elano scored for Manchester City. You can...

 By Sid Lowe

La Liga relegation drama features many possibilities and some suspicion

Ahead of the final day of the season, Deportivo and Granada are placed just above the relegation zone.

Cordoba's final journey will be a long and punishing one, and that's exactly the way it was supposed to be. This weekend, the last of the league season, they travel to Eibar, 797 kilometers -- almost 500 miles -- to the north, and they will do so by bus. No flights for these footballers, no trains either; they don't deserve it. That's the verdict of the club, at least. The directors have decided that they'll do this trip by road, almost from one end of Spain to the other. That way, it won't cost...