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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Supporters plan mass walkout, Zouma out for season

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink comments on an injury to Kurt Zouma that forced him to be stretchered off the field.
Paul Mariner thinks the fan protest against Anfield ticket prices may have influenced Liverpool's late collapse against Sunderland.

Here are the top stories from Monday:

PREMIER LEAGUE: Fans' groups of multiple Premier League teams will meet to discuss a possible mass walkout in protest to rising ticket prices, the Football Supporters' Federation says. 

- Jonjo Shelvey's move to Newcastle was the biggest bargain of the winter transfer window, while Guangzhou Evergrande easily overpaid the most in their €42 million acquisition of Jackson Martinez, according to a study by the CIES Football Observatory.

Leicester title dream continues but Spurs pose nightmares for Arsenal

Mauricio Pochettino admits his side are in a good position in the Premier League and insists he believes his players can fight for the title.
The ESPN FC panel weigh in on the SPI indicating that Leicester City are now Premier League title favourites.
The ESPN FC crew present their Team of the Weekend for the 25th round of matches in the English Premier League.

Let the rest of soccer-loving mankind revel in Leicester City's little-fox-who-could fairytale season. Me, I'm trying to stave off impending doom: For the first time since the Jurassic period, Spurs are looking down on Arsenal in the Premier League table, albeit purely on goal differential. Still, given that it's Spurs, the other North London club that has kept to its place (usually fifth or sixth) over the years, that's sufficient to send any Dennis Bergkamp jersey-wearing Gooner to the nearest...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Chelsea's Kurt Zouma out for season, Liverpool ticket protest

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink comments on an injury to Kurt Zouma that forced him to be stretchered off the field.
Paul Mariner thinks the fan protest against Anfield ticket prices may have influenced Liverpool's late collapse against Sunderland.

Here are the top stories from Monday:

CHELSEA: Kurt Zouma will miss the rest of the Premier League season and Euro 2016 after confirming that he injured his ACL on Sunday.

- John Terry has said Chelsea have made no new effort to open talks over a contract extension, but the captain stressed that he wanted to stay at Stamford Bridge.

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp told a news conference that "everyone at the club wants to find a solution. We don't want people to leave the stadium" as...

 By John Crace

Mousa Dembele excels for Tottenham in victory over Watford

Kieran Trippier scored his first goal for Tottenham as Mauricio Pochettino's side downed Watford 1-0.
Mauricio Pochettino admits his side are in a good position in the Premier League and insists he believes his players can fight for the title.
Former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner tips his hat to north London rivals Spurs after they went 2nd in the Premier League.

Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino refuses to talk of his team's title chances, insisting he will do nothing but take each game as it comes. But after a hard-fought -- yet thoroughly deserved -- 1-0 victory against Watford, others are. This win takes Tottenham into second place in the Premier League, five points behind leaders Leicester; next week's fixture against Manchester City at the Etihad is now more crucial than ever.

Watford came to White Hart Lane intent on putting men behind the ball....

Tottenham's persistence pays off in victory over Watford

Kieran Trippier scored his first goal for Tottenham as Mauricio Pochettino's side downed Watford 1-0.
Mauricio Pochettino admits his side are in a good position in the Premier League and insists he believes his players can fight for the title.
Former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner tips his hat to north London rivals Spurs after they went 2nd in the Premier League.

LONDON -- Three observations from Tottenham's 1-0 Premier League win over Watford at White Hart Lane.

1. Persistence pays off for Spurs

There was atweet doing the rounds at half-time -- a prophecy of sorts -- from the day Watford were promoted to the Premier League in April 2015. It was a simple prediction: Watford to win 1-0 at White Hart Lane, with former Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes the man of the match. Football has a habit of writing such scripts and Gomes, who spent the best part...

Assessing the first team chances of Tottenham's five best youngsters

The ESPN FC crew debate whether the current top four in the Premier League will remain there by the end of the season.

Tottenham coach Mauricio Pochettino spent January insisting that his "philosophy" is to promote young players, rather than sign new ones. True to his word, the transfer window shut on Monday without Spurs buying a senior player. The club has been left with one recognised centre-forward in Harry Kane and a shortage of options at centre-half -- at least while Jan Vertonghen is injured.

Pochettino, however, isn't worried. Joshua Onomah, who signed a new contract this week, is the latest academy product...