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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal face Chelsea, champs Leicester's trip to Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.

Chelsea will look to hit back after last week's 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool when they travel to bitter rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening. 

Manchester United, meanwhile, are stuck in a rut. Yes, they won against League One Northampton in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night, but it's two defeats in a row in the league ahead of the visit of champions Leicester.

Elsewhere, Manchester City have a 100 percent record under Pep Guardiola, and the latest team to try and stop them, Swansea, lost 2-1...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea fans unhappy with Francesco Guidolin's style

Gylfi Sigurdsson struck but Swansea slipped to defeat against Manchester City in the EFL Cup.

It's safe to say Swansea's season has not gone quite according to plan. The club sit in 15th place purely on goal difference, but are just a single point above the drop zone. Swansea have claimed one point over their last four fixtures, and the next three games aren't going to provide much opportunity to improve on that total. Liverpool and Arsenal beckon, but only after Wednesday night's EFL Cup opponents Manchester City play again at the Liberty on Saturday.

That EFL Cup fixture -- a 2-1 victory...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea flat as Francesco Guidolin gets it wrong at Southampton

Charlie Austin scores Southampton's winning goal.
Charlie Austin struck the only goal of the game as Southampton beat Swansea 1-0 on Sunday.

Swansea too willingly played the part of the underdog during Sunday's 1-0 defeat at Southampton. They offered nothing going forward, and could have been beaten by a bigger scoreline.

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Record signing Borja Baston finally made an appearance, even though he only played for 10 minutes. Swansea's season has seemed to be partially on hold while the club waits for the striker to regain match fitness, and with the window shut and the rest of the team struggling to assert themselves, he now holds...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal face Hull test as leaders Man City seek win over Bournemouth

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner predict the notable fixtures from week 5 throughout the Premier League.

Arsenal take on Hull City as they look to stay in touch with the teams at the top, while Premier League leaders Manchester City will be looking to improve their position with a big win over Bournemouth.

Manchester United need a response to their 2-1 derby defeat at home to Manchester City as Jose Mourinho's men travel to Watford on Sunday, 

Predict the results of every match in our polls.

MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola's men are in splendid form. They've won all seven of their opening matches of...

 By Max Hicks

Guidolin's tactical changes are wise for Swansea after lacklustre start

Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin has made some interesting tactical decisions in recent weeks.

Last Sunday's crazy 2-2 draw with Chelsea was notable for a number of reasons, but perhaps most intriguing was Francesco Guidolin's decision to play a 3-5-1-1 formation.

It was a high-risk move given the calibre of Swansea's opposition on the day, but has seemed inevitable ever since the Italian was appointed manager back in January. Guidolin has long favoured the 3-5-2 and its variants -- a formation he used to achieve most of his success in Serie A with Udinese -- yet Swansea have been a 4-2-3-1...

 By Max Hicks

Lukasz Fabianski and Leroy Fer shine as Swansea battle for draw vs. Chelsea

Chelsea's defense gave away two dismal goals but Diego Costa rescued a point with a brilliant brace.
Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin publicly apologised to Neil Taylor who was furious after being subbed out just before half-time.
Chelsea are turning into Juventus, according to Swansea City manager Francesco Guidolin.

Earlier this season, a clearly superior Swansea City were beaten 2-0 by a Hull City side they out-shot 23-3. On Sunday, the Swans got to be on the other side of a similarly one-sided game, managing just six shots to Chelsea's 28 and still scoring a small upset by earning a 2-2 draw.

There's no getting around the fact that referee Andre Marriner made Swansea's day a lot easier, most notably misreading Leroy Fer's twin fouls on Gary Cahill in the build up to Swansea's second goal. What looked early...