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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League summit showdown as Manchester City face leaders Chelsea

Franck Leboeuf says the outcome in Manchester City vs. Chelsea could be a turning point in the title race.

It's a massive match this Saturday as leaders Chelsea host third-placed Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium. 

Antonio Conte's men have enjoyed a strong campaign so far while Pep Guardiola's men are just one point behind following a run of seven wins in a row. Liverpool, who travel to Bournemouth on Sunday, will be paying close attention to events at the Bridge as they could capitalise on any slip ups from either side.

Manchester United travel to Everton in desperate need of a victory having...

 By Max Hicks

Bradley, Swansea need to be brave and attack Tottenham

The FC panel debate Bob Bradley's merit after his first Premier League win, and if his side can escape the relegation zone.
Mauricio Pochettino admits to realising Gylfi Sigurdsson's potential after Tottenham moved him to Swansea.
Bob Bradley's Swansea finally found their first win of the season in a 5-4 thriller against Crystal Palace.

Swansea will travel to Spurs this Saturday for a match which will beg a difficult question of Bob Bradley -- how to play defensively with a team that can't defend? Swansea should be on a high following last Saturday's shootout against Crystal Palace which saw the Welsh club prevail 5-4, scoring a long overdue glut of goals in the process. However, for all the offensive prowess on display, the Swansea defence was awful.

Bradley has rotated his central defensive pairing, switching back and...

 By Max Hicks

Sigurdsson, Llorente earn top marks as Swansea win nine goal thriller

Swansea City outlasted Crystal Palace 5-4 in a wild back and forth goal-scoring frenzy.
Bob Bradley's Swansea finally found their first win of the season in a 5-4 thriller against Crystal Palace.
Swansea earned their first win of the season, and Craig Burley feels Alan Pardew may be sacked come Monday.

Swansea twice came from behind in a nine goal thriller to win their first match under Bob Bradley in the most entertaining game of the season so far.

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Five goals from a team averaging less than one a game is a huge improvement. Fernando Llorente found his scoring touch and should start the next few matches, while Jefferson Montero reminded everyone why he is still one of Swansea's most dangerous players.

Bradley has been trying to find his best starting XI, but has forced players to fit...

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Tottenham bid to end Chelsea hoodoo, Liverpool host Sunderland

Craig Burley says Mauricio Pochettino needs a result when Spurs visit Chelsea after crashing out of the Champions League.
Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson take their best shot at predicting this weekend's Premier League fixtures.
Get caught up on Saturday's Premier League matches, headlined by a London derby clash between Chelsea and Tottenham.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley dishes out his Top 5 Premier League players thus far in the 2016-17 season.
The Exploding Heads assess the different hate pyramids between Chelsea and Spurs ahead of their vital clash.

Leaders Chelsea host Tottenham on Saturday evening, with Spurs looking to end their long wait for a victory at Stamford Bridge. 

Tottenham have never won at Chelsea in the Premier League, and a 2-2 draw there last season handed the title to Leicester. Mauricio Pochettino's men are the only unbeaten team remaining in the league, but if they do slip up in west London, the chasing pack will be ready to pounce.

Liverpool, knocked off the top spot by the Blues last weekend, have a favourable home...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea wary of Palace prowess in air as they vie for first win under Bradley

Bob Bradley remains optimistic despite falling short of his first victory late against Everton.

In a little under eight weeks' time, Swansea will have a far clearer picture of which division they'll be playing in next season. The club are about to start an eight-game stretch of mostly winnable matches, bookended by home and away fixtures vs. Crystal Palace starting this Saturday. It isn't an exaggeration to say that this is a must-win game.

Last Saturday's 1-1 draw with Everton was both encouraging and frustrating, while relegation rival Sunderland's unexpected 3-0 victory over Hull might...

 By Max Hicks

Bob Bradley still winless at Swansea after late Everton disappointment

Bob Bradley remains upbeat at Swansea despite letting the lead slip late at Everton.

Swansea came so close to a first win under new coach Bob Bradley but suspect defending eventually proved costly once again as they drew 1-1 at Everton on Saturday.

Positives

The team performance was far improved compared with the 3-1 defeat inflicted by Manchester United before the international break. Swansea showed better organisation and more determination this time, and but for being able to create a few more chances on goal they might have been able to put the game out of reach.

Youngster Jay...