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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester City in Leicester battle as Manchester United head to Chelsea

Leicester travel to Manchester City on Saturday with the Foxes fighting for the Premier League title.
Leicester travel to Manchester City on Saturday with the Foxes fighting for the Premier League title.

There's a title showdown at the Etihad on Saturday as Premier League surprise package Leicester travel to Manchester City, while Manchester United face a trip to Chelsea on Sunday.

ESPN FC's club bloggers preview their match and give a prediction. Do you agree or disagree? Have your say below by voting in the match poll.

MAN CITY: It might not seem like it, but Manchester City are in good form, with only one defeat in 11 games. Performances, though, have been hit-or-miss, so the supporters are...

Tony Pulis must play West Brom's best against Newcastle

West Brom assistant manager David Kemp says they should've taken three points from West Brom as they had better chances.

Salomon Rondon's last minute equaliser rescued a point for West Brom against Swansea in a 1-1 draw at The Hawthorns, saving face for Tony Pulis who nearly handed Swansea the game when he substituted Stephane Sessegnon in favour of Saido Berahino.

After a couple of poor performances in recent weeks, Sessegnon looked to have rediscovered his form and was causing a few problems for Swansea's Neil Taylor. With the game at 0-0, it was the correct decision in trying to get Berahino onto the pitch in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Pato, Elneny and Caulker the headline movers in January transfer window

The ESPN FC crew looks at whether Pato will be a success at Chelsea.
The ESPN FC crew looks at whether Pato will be a success at Chelsea.
The ESPN FC crew looks at whether Pato will be a success at Chelsea.

The transfer window is now closed until the summer. While some clubs were able to add to their squads as they look for a strong campaign finish, a lack of business has left several other teams concerned ahead of the run-in.

ESPN FC's club bloggers rate their team's window and discuss what more needs to be done.

Are you happy with your transfer business?

Arsenal

Rating: 7/10
At a glance: Arsenal assuaged their need for cover in central midfield by recruiting Mohamed Elneny from FC Basel. The Egyptian midfielder has brought depth and balance...

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Liverpool face tricky Leicester test, Arsenal vs. Saints and Stoke at United

Liverpool face a tricky trip to Leicester on Tuesday, while Southampton travel to Arsenal and Manchester United host Stoke on a busy round of Premier League matches.

ESPN FC's club bloggers preview their match and give a prediction. Do you agree or disagree? Have your say below by voting in the match poll.

ARSENAL: Having taken just two points from the last nine, it's imperative that Arsenal get back to winning ways against Southampton on Tuesday night. The return of Alexis Sanchez will certainly...

Rickie Lambert disappoints, Saido Berahino shines in West Brom draw

West Brom manager Tony Pulis was happy with his team's ability to grind out a result against Aston Villa in the EPL.

West Brom were once again disappointing in a cup fixture against lower league opposition, drawing 2-2 with League One Peterborough, meaning a replay that manager Tony Pulis would have been desperate to avoid.

The extra fixture falls between away games against Newcastle and Everton, meaning that West Brom will have three consecutive away games for the second time in a month. With several key figures out injured -- including captain Darren Fletcher and long-serving pair James Morrison and Chris...

Tony Pulis' safety-first style denies West Brom a win over Villa

West Brom manager Tony Pulis was happy with his team's ability to grind out a result against Aston Villa.

For the second consecutive game and fourth time this season, West Brom failed to register a shot on target as they drew 0-0 with rivals Aston Villa at the Hawthorns on Saturday.

Derby games are usually high-paced, end-to-end affairs, but West Brom's performance was anything but that. They looked tired and leggy from the beginning of the game, they passed the ball poorly and even lacked their usual threat from set pieces. Aston Villa had 60 percent of the ball and seemed to be the only side trying...