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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...

 By Tom Adams

Arsenal shown the way to goal by Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe

Bournemouth's Eddie Howe says Benik Afobe's impact hasn't surprised him, ahead of a clash with Afobe's former club Arsenal.

There is a certain irony to be found in the fact that at the same time Arsenal have lost their shooting boots, Benik Afobe has found his.

As Arsenal suffer from a three-match goal drought, jealous glances can be cast at the club's former youth product who has scored in each of his past three games for Bournemouth: the opener in a 3-0 win over Norwich, the equaliser in a 1-1 draw against Sunderland and then the winner in a 2-1 win against Crystal Palace in midweek.

It just goes to show what a clever...

Alexis Sanchez plays the piano on a night off from Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez seems to be getting in the mood for Valentine's Day on Feb. 14. The Arsenal forward, known for his ferocious energy on the pitch, showed off a slightly softer side in his latest video posted on Instagram on Thursday.

How's this for romantic: Sanchez evidently likes to spend his evenings sitting at home by his piano, playing a melancholy melody while a lit candle helps illuminate portraits of his beloved dogs and two soft-toy puppies.

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Manchester City in Leicester battle as Manchester United head to Chelsea

Leicester travel to Manchester City on Saturday with the Foxes fighting for the Premier League title.
Leicester travel to Manchester City on Saturday with the Foxes fighting for the Premier League title.

There's a title showdown at the Etihad on Saturday as Premier League surprise package Leicester travel to Manchester City, while Manchester United face a trip to Chelsea on Sunday.

ESPN FC's club bloggers preview their match and give a prediction. Do you agree or disagree? Have your say below by voting in the match poll.

MAN CITY: It might not seem like it, but Manchester City are in good form, with only one defeat in 11 games. Performances, though, have been hit-or-miss, so the supporters are...

Arsenal likely casting envious glances at Tottenham's young English core

With Spurs overtaking Arsenal in the Premier League, ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes debate who will finish higher.

Arsenal may have fallen behind Tottenham in the league, but there is arguably something more troubling than that about Spurs' recent rise. Not only have they leapfrogged the Gunners in the table, they're also besting their neighbours at one of their stated goals: establishing an influential British core.

Back in December 2012, Arsenal made a big fuss of announcing extensions to the contracts of five young British internationals: Kieran Gibbs, Carl Jenkinson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey...

Arsene Wenger is not a 'loser' despite the prevailing narrative about Arsenal

Take a look back at Arsenal's latest Premier League matches in which they failed to score, but will it cost the London club to title?

"It's always the same with you!" That's what an angry Arsene Wenger shouted at referee Lee Mason after Arsenal's scoreless draw with Southampton.

"And it's always the same with you!" That's what Southampton boss Ronald Koeman, who witnessed the scene, said to Wenger, which you can safely take to mean he doesn't take losing well and tends to blame others.

Chalk it up to the fact that competitive sports can make grown men regress to childhood. But Koeman's words perhaps cut a bit closer to the...