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 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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The performances at Liverpool, Everton, Arsenal and most recently...

Ramsey makes his first error as Sanchez outfoxes QPR

Alexis Sanchez scored a decisive second for Arsenal in their win at QPR and Chris Ramsey's team selection has been questioned as a result.

Chris Ramsey has had an almost faultless start to his tenure as QPR boss. He's revitalised dwindling morale and ended the club's away day hoodoo but not playing Mauricio Isla against Alexis Sanchez in the 2-1 defeat to Arsenal on Wednesday night may have been his first error.

Isla has just come back from an injury but was fit enough to play, as confirmed by the manager at his media briefing on the eve of the match, but he was overlooked for exciting academy graduate Darnell Furlong.

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United to beat Arsenal, Liverpool through too but Spurs slip vs. QPR

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal praised his side's performance after their 3-1 victory over Preston North End in the FA Cup.

After a midweek set of fixtures that saw all of the top seven win, it's back to the FA Cup this weekend for the quarterfinals, though the one Premier League fixture on the list could be the most intriguing of all.

QPR are in real trouble and if it had not been for their 2-0 win at Sunderland last month, they'd be even more in the mire. The Sunderland victory was the one bright point during a run of seven defeats in all competitions but something tells me that the visit of Tottenham may spark some...

Tony Pulis has goalkeeping decision ahead of FA Cup match vs. Villa

West Bromwich Albion head coach Tony Pulis defends goalkeeper Ben Foster after his side's 2-1 defeat at Aston Villa.
Christian Benteke's last-gasp penalty clinched a crucial 2-1 win for Aston Villa over West Brom as they escaped the relegation zone.

A disastrous performance from West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster was the main reason behind Albion's 2-1 loss to local rivals Aston Villa.

Foster had looked uncharacteristically nervous from early on in the game, letting a Gabriel Agbonlahor shot squeeze through his legs only to just about claw the ball back before it crossed the line. He mishandled a tame Jack Grealish shot and also dropped a Fabien Delph effort from long range late on.

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Albion were lucky that his mistakes weren't proving costly, until...

 By Tom Marshall

Five Mexican hopefuls pushing to be in Miguel Herrera's next squad

A rare goal from defensive midfielder Jesus Duenas helped Tigres crush Pumas.
Tigres' Jesus Duenas is all but certain to be capped by Miguel Herrera in the upcoming Mexico friendlies.

It's been a long break in the international calendar for Mexico since that 3-2 loss in a freezing Belarus last November, but the first games of 2015 for El Tri are just around the corner, and coach Miguel Herrera will have a fair idea by now of which players will be involved.

Matches against Ecuador in Los Angeles on March 28 and Paraguay in Kansas City, Missouri, three days later open what will be a very busy next few months for Mexico, with Herrera's side participating in both the Copa America...

Club America's success in the CCL highlights league inconsistencies

Club America advanced past Saprissa 5-0 on aggregate in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Perhaps still smarting a bit from their unexpected league loss to Guadalajara's Leones Negros, Club America nevertheless rallied and won the second leg of their CONCACAF Champions League matchup versus Saprissa handily with a 2-0 victory. That left them with a 5-0 aggregate victory, which may heal the wound of their Liga MX loss somewhat.

The conclusion at Estadio Azteca was almost a given, since Club America had jumped out to a three-goal lead in the away leg in Costa Rica. Still, the result, as...