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 By Max Hicks

Swansea's individual parts struggle in forgettable effort at Bournemouth

Bournemouth's 2-0 home win keeps Swansea City grounded close to the drop zone.
Bournemouth's 2-0 home win keeps Swansea City grounded close to the drop zone.
Paul Clement was clearly disappointed with Swansea's result against Bournemouth, but still believes they're in a good spot.

An off-kilter Swansea, with a makeshift back four, were miserable on Saturday, losing 2-0 to Bournemouth and squandering a second consecutive chance to claw further up the table toward safety.

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The only positives here are philosophical. Swansea should have learned from this game that they still need a Plan B when Plan A -- Fernando Llorente -- doesn't work; the Spaniard didn't take a single shot. From a recruitment standpoint, this game also brought into focus the importance of building...

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Can Man City rebound vs. Liverpool? Wenger under pressure at West Brom

The Exploding Heads break down who would win in a showdown between the cities of Manchester and Liverpool.
The ESPN FC crew present their Premier League relegation predictions, but are there any surprises from the group?

Manchester City and Arsenal are both coming off the back of embarrassing European exits, but City's will hurt more as they were ahead against Monaco. Pep Guardiola has to rouse the troops against Liverpool, who tend to disappoint against smaller clubs but should be perfectly comfortable against the Catalan and his style of play.

Arsene Wenger is under major pressure, so has to get the fans back on his side with a big win over West Brom, while Manchester United's Europa League exploits might see...

 By Max Hicks

Clement, Swansea need adjustments to avoid another loss to Bournemouth

Paul Clement is dissapointed at how Swansea conceded their two goals, and even tosses some blame on the state of the pitch.

After last week's untimely 2-1 loss to Hull, Swansea sit just three points clear of the relegation zone. Paul Clement's side looked sub-par all afternoon, and the manager's ability to change the game from the bench was compromised by two first-half injuries. More worryingly, it seemed as though once the Swansea game plan had been disrupted by injury, there was no Plan B to accommodate the changes. Left-back Martin Olsson will miss Saturday's trip to Bournemouth, and considering how influential the...

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The cost of Premier League relegation enough to make clubs panic

The ESPN FC crew present their Premier League relegation predictions, but are there any surprises from the group?
Alejandro Moreno ranks the performances of the Premier League's most expensive transfers so far this season.

Relegation is not the end of the world for a Premier League club but it is undoubtedly costly. With just over two months of the season left, the top division's current bottom three -- Sunderland, Hull and Middlesbrough -- may well be making plans to avert the financial flux that demotion will bring.

The blow can be cushioned, chiefly by getting back up as soon as possible with the benefit of parachute payments, as Hull and Burnley were able to do last season at the first attempt, but that requires...

 By Max Hicks

Fernando Llorente injury results in sub-par Swansea showing

Paul Clement is dissapointed at how Swansea conceded their two goals, and even tosses some blame on the state of the pitch.

Two first-half injuries conspired to upset Swansea's survival bid as the club succumbed to a 2-1 loss away to Hull on Saturday.

Positives

Getting a late goal was encouraging and it showed the side still had half an eye on getting something from the game after going 2-0 down.

Negatives

First-half injuries to Fernando Llorente and Angel Rangel upset the chemistry of the team, and Swansea looked soft and uninterested for the majority of the second half. Paul Clement's side have been built around the...

Mood shifting at Hull after win vs. Swans has Silva's men nearing safety

Marco Silva admits Hull must win these types of games to remain in the Prem, and also comments on the state of their pitch.
Paul Clement is dissapointed at how Swansea conceded their two goals, and even tosses some blame on the state of the pitch.
Sebastian Salazar and Craig Burley recap Hull City's big win, possible safety for Bournemouth and Everton's chances of breaking into the top 6.

KINGSTON UPON HULL, England -- Just when it seemed that the chaos of the relegation battle was clearing and that a gap was emerging between the damned and the saved of the Premier League, Hull City rose up to throw it all back into confusion. Their 2-1 victory over Swansea didn't lift them out of the drop zone, but it did bring them within a point of safety and within a single win of two other rivals.

This has been an unhappy football club of late, its supporters in open revolt against the owners...