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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Supporters plan mass walkout, Zouma out for season

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink comments on an injury to Kurt Zouma that forced him to be stretchered off the field.
Paul Mariner thinks the fan protest against Anfield ticket prices may have influenced Liverpool's late collapse against Sunderland.

Here are the top stories from Monday:

PREMIER LEAGUE: Fans' groups of multiple Premier League teams will meet to discuss a possible mass walkout in protest to rising ticket prices, the Football Supporters' Federation says. 

- Jonjo Shelvey's move to Newcastle was the biggest bargain of the winter transfer window, while Guangzhou Evergrande easily overpaid the most in their €42 million acquisition of Jackson Martinez, according to a study by the CIES Football Observatory.

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal regain momentum with win at Bournemouth as Leicester loom next

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says February will be a big month for Arsenal, one that could define their season.

If one of the biggest Premier League talking points of the weekend occurred at around 77 minutes into Liverpool's match against Sunderland, Arsenal's Sunday was instead defined by 88 seconds. That was all the time it took for a three-game goalless streak to end and for quickfire strikes from Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to see Arsenal accelerate away from Bournemouth in a vital 2-0 victory away from home.

The importance was not lost on Ozil -- this was not just a normal three points....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Chelsea's Kurt Zouma out for season, Liverpool ticket protest

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink comments on an injury to Kurt Zouma that forced him to be stretchered off the field.
Paul Mariner thinks the fan protest against Anfield ticket prices may have influenced Liverpool's late collapse against Sunderland.

Here are the top stories from Monday:

CHELSEA: Kurt Zouma will miss the rest of the Premier League season and Euro 2016 after confirming that he injured his ACL on Sunday.

- John Terry has said Chelsea have made no new effort to open talks over a contract extension, but the captain stressed that he wanted to stay at Stamford Bridge.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp told a news conference that "everyone at the club wants to find a solution. We don't want people to leave the stadium" as...

Mathieu Flamini escapes red as Arsenal ease past Bournemouth

ESPN FC's Craig Burley says February is make-or-break for Arsenal in the title race.

After three league games without scoring, two goals in 88 first half seconds were enough to give Arsenal a much-needed 2-0 win over Bournemouth on Sunday.

With Arsene Wenger not yet willing to throw in Francis Coquelin from the start, he stuck with the pairing of Mathieu Flamini and Aaron Ramsey that has been far from convincing in recent weeks. Indeed, the Frenchman was lucky not to see red as early as the eighth minute, when a two-footed tackle on Dan Gosling resulted in just a yellow card from...

Arsenal title challenge boosted as Wenger's men get back on track

Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored within one minute of each other to propel Arsenal past Bournemouth.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says February will be a big month for Arsenal, one that could define their season.
Arsene Wenger believes Leicester City are the clear favourites to win the Premier League, with Arsenal and Tottenham five points behind.
Eddie Howe believes his team outplayed Arsenal in the second half of Bournemouth's 2-0 loss Sunday,

BOURNEMOUTH, England -- Three points from Arsenal's 2-0 win over Bournemouth, the first win in five league matches for Arsene Wenger's men.

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1. Victory gets Arsenal back on track

After four Premier League games without a win and 328 minutes without a goal in that spell, it took just 88 seconds for Arsenal to blow all of that accumulated anxiety away and recharge their title challenge.

Wenger's side scored two goals in quick succession to claim a fine win over Bournemouth and move to third in the...

Has Arsenal's recent run of form cost them the Premier League title?

After Arsenal's recent results, Tommy Smyth discusses whether or not Arsenal are still title contenders.
The FC crew discuss Arsenal's four-game winless run and debate whether or not they can still win the Premier League title.

This Premier League season has been something of a carnival sideshow. From the miraculous Leicester City to the macabre Chelsea, the table is chock full of oddities. Among the weirdness, though, one comforting storyline remains.

Arsenal, in traditional Arsenal fashion, appear to be Arsenal-ing their way down the table. They're now five points behind Leicester City and three behind their most likely rival, Manchester City. They've dropped behind hated North London rival Tottenham Hotspur on goal...