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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's critical clash with Spurs, rampant Chelsea host WBA

Rio Ferdinand tells ESPN FC that Manchester United's top four hopes are not over yet.
Rio Ferdinand tells ESPN FC that Manchester United's top four hopes are not over yet.

Defeat for Manchester United in Sunday's clash with Tottenham would not only all-but end their slim title hopes, their chances of finishing in the top four would be in serious jeopardy. 

Losing to Mauricio Pochettino's men would send Jose Mourinho's side nine points adrift of Spurs, who will start the game fifth. 

Elsewhere, rampant Chelsea host high-flying West Brom while troubled West Ham, hammered 5-1 against Arsenal last week, visit Anfield with Liverpool still reeling from last Sunday's...

Pardew, Palace need to replicate Southampton plan vs. Hull

Alan Pardew feels Crystal Palace didn't deserve six straight defeats and the mounting criticism.
Jose Mourinho is sent off again at Old Trafford, plus Twitter goes crazy over Bob Bradley's pronunciation of Alan Pardew.
Swansea earned their first win of the season, and Craig Burley feels Alan Pardew may be sacked come Monday.

Alan Pardew's job is safe. So says Steve Parish, Crystal Palace's chairman, who following the club's first win in over two months spoke with Jim White at talkSPORT about the beleaguered manager's role. But how safe is the job? What if a defeat at Hull City is followed by defeats to Chelsea and Manchester United? 

Football management is a perilous job. A hero one year can be the villain the next. A FA Cup Final appearance can be lauded as an indicator of progress in one breath, while the subsequent...

Phelan, Hull should boldly roll the dice for early festive cheer against Palace

Mike Phelan and his Hull City host Crystal Palace in the Premier League at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday.

Hull City could really do with some early festive cheer in their final home game before Christmas following their most dispirited performance of the season so far.

Welcoming Crystal Palace to the KCOM Stadium was always likely to be a significant fixture in the battle for Premier League survival, but Saturday's clash of 19th and 14th means so much more after the limp defeat at Middlesbrough on Monday.

City were not just beaten by opponents that accompanied them out of the Championship in May, they...

 By Nick Miller

Top Premier League mistakes: Fellaini, Allardyce, Vardy, Bravo and West Ham

The guys answer tweets about possible jobs for Sam Allardyce, Nico Lodeiro's season, and Carlo Ancelotti's managing style.

The Premier League season is not yet halfway through, but there have been plenty of mistakes from players, managers and officials alike. Here are 10.

10. Roger East not awarding Bournemouth a penalty against Stoke

If we start including individual officiating mistakes, then the internet may run out of space. However, this one is notable not only because it was a fairly obvious error, but also because the erroneous official not only acknowledged, but apologised for his mistake. During the 1-1 draw...

Ryan Mason and Robert Snodgrass flop as Hull defence works hard

Hull City manager Mike Phelan has lamented his side's concentration after their 1-0 loss to Middlesbrough on Monday night.

Hull City paid the price for their lack of adventure as Gaston Ramirez's second-half goal won all three points for Middlesbrough. Not until stoppage time did the Tigers muster a shot on target of note but it was little too late to give Mike Phelan's side any hope of avoiding a fifth consecutive away defeat.

Middlesbrough were worthy winners at the Riverside, piling the gloom back on a rival they had climbed out of the Championship alongside in May.

Positives

Such was the nature of City's demise,...

EFL Cup boost shows Hull City's crucial fighting spirit in battle for survival

In a season containing more lows than highs, there was certainly something to cherish about Hull City's EFL Cup win over Newcastle United on Tuesday night.

Amid the demands of a Premier League survival fight, Mike Phelan's men have battled through to the League Cup semifinals for the first time in the club's history.

The unlikely adventure began at Exeter City in August before taking in stops at Stoke City and Bristol City, but a new peak came with a penalty shootout win over a Newcastle side topping...