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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...

 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...

 By Max Hicks

Bradley needs to find results in Swansea's winnable run of fixtures

Bob Bradley credits Spurs as the toughest side he has faced in the Prem, and hopes Swansea will learn from their defeat.

If the Bob Bradley era of Swansea football is ever to start in earnest, it needs to start now. The American can be forgiven for fielding experimental lineups over his first handful of games since he was unfamiliar with the players, but if last Saturday's abject 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Tottenham proved anything, it's that Bradley now has to stop playing around and get serious.

Swansea's next six games will play a significant role in determining the club's Premier League status for next season....

 By Chris Wright

Swansea legend Lee Trundle scores cheeky penalty in charity game

Having made his name as a lower league showboat specialist during Swansea City's years in the Football League, Lee Trundle has once again proved that, at the age of 40, he very much still has "it".

Turning out for a team of Swansea All-Stars on Sunday, Trundle lit up the game against Briton Ferry Llansawel Over-35s by helping himself to a double hat trick, including a truly mind-bending trick penalty kick.

 By Max Hicks

Bob Bradley culpable as Swansea thrashed at Tottenham

Braces from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen powered Tottenham's dominant 5-0 win over Swansea.
Braces from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen powered Tottenham's dominant 5-0 win over Swansea.
Craig Burley praises Tottenham's response vs. Swansea, while Bob Bradley is in desperate need of a win.
Bob Bradley credits Spurs as the toughest side he has faced in the Prem, and hopes Swansea will learn from their defeat.

Defeated 5-0 at Tottenham on Saturday, Swansea are now not just in danger of being relegated but of becoming a laughing stock.

Positives

Perhaps now boss Bob Bradley will finally stop trying to play the defensive 4-3-3, which is clearly a poor fit for his players. Maybe the new owners will be forced to spend in January. Things can only get better, surely?

Negatives

One shot all game (off target) isn't going to win anything. The system Bradley is playing is meant to be defensive, but this team does...

Tottenham back on form as Kane and Eriksen down Swansea

Braces from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen powered Tottenham's dominant 5-0 win over Swansea.
Braces from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen powered Tottenham's dominant 5-0 win over Swansea.
Craig Burley praises Tottenham's response vs. Swansea, while Bob Bradley is in desperate need of a win.
Mauricio Pochettino believes Tottenham will take a useful confidence boost from their dominant win over Swansea.
Bob Bradley credits Spurs as the toughest side he has faced in the Prem, and hopes Swansea will learn from their defeat.

LONDON -- Tottenham Hotspur got back on form with a resounding 5-0 win over Swansea thanks to braces from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen, writes Iain Macintosh.

1. Tottenham obliterate sorry Swansea

After a run of just one win in 10 games, this was the fixture that Tottenham needed to get their season back on track. Swansea City, excellent against Everton and successful -- if rather less excellent -- in a 5-4 win against Crystal Palace, were swept aside at White Hart Lane. The Swans were beaten...