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2016/2017 Season

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3 Liverpool 13 6 2 45
4 Arsenal 13 5 3 44
5 Man City 13 3 5 42
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Anger at Lionel Messi after avoiding red card for Barcelona

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol say the title race is back on in La Liga after Real Madrid's loss to Sevilla.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 15 times against Malaga, Barca face Eibar and much more in the latest La Liga action.
Neymar and Luis Suarez played a hilarious prank on Gerard Pique during training.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

BARCELONA: Barcelona's 10-year winless run at Real Sociedad's Estadio Anoeta is finally over after a 1-0 win in a first-leg quarterfinal of the Copa del Rey, but Asier Illarramendi was furious Lionel Messi was not sent off.

MAN UNITEDLyon president Jean-Michel Aulas believes Memphis Depay is champing at the bit to show his "immense talent" as the Netherlands forward puts the final touches on his move from Manchester United.

REAL MADRID: Pierre-Emerick...

Arsenal's Arsene Wenger: It will take years for China to catch up with Europe

Oscar insists he's delighted with his move to big-spending Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG.

LONDON -- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says it will take years for China to build a football culture that can really compete with leagues in Europe, but he is still worried players will see mega Chinese offers as a new benchmark for top clubs to match.

Chinese Super League (CSL) clubs have increased their efforts to attract top players by offering record-high salaries that few, if any, European clubs would be willing to match, with Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez among those to have been targeted so far.

China's...

Don't dismiss Arsenal from title race just yet with crunch clashes looming

Paul Mariner and Ross Dyer make their predictions for which teams will grab the top four spots in the Premier League.
A stoppage time winner from Laurent Koscielny sealed a dramatic 1-0 win over Burnley in their last meeting.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Per Mertesacker has signed a one-year contract extension with Arsenal.
Stewart Robson joins the FC boys to discuss Alexis Sanchez's mood swings at Arsenal and why he'll be leaving the Gunners.

The idea that, for some, Arsenal are not in the title race is a strange one when you look at the league table. The gap to Chelsea is obvious, and with a crunch game coming up against the leaders in February, there's a chance to close the difference.

In the meantime, though, pundits have written this season off as more of the same from Arsene Wenger's team, which is slightly unfair at this stage.

Firstly, nobody expected Chelsea to go on a 13-game win streak after losing 3-0 to the Gunners back in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City and Spurs to draw, Chelsea to ease past Hull, Stoke upset United?

Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes pick the winners of the best Premier League match ups this weekend.
The Exploding Heads preview the huge game between Man City and Tottenham, and the Dembele-go-around.

Another weekend of top Premier League action is upon us, and it's a big one for Pep Guardiola as his Manchester City side take on Tottenham. City have struggled in recent months, while Tottenham are on the rise, but who will come out on top at the Etihad?

Meanwhile, Chelsea have Diego Costa back in the squad but don't seem to need him that much as they take on lowly Hull City seven points clear at the top of the table.

Liverpool host Swansea, while Manchester United travel to Stoke and Arsenal will...

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Arsenal Wenger against Marco van Basten's plan to scrap offside rule

The ESPN FC panel share their thoughts on Marco van Basten's idea to have NASL-style penalties at the World Cup.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has questioned proposed changes to the laws of the game, which include scrapping offside, put forward by FIFA technical director Marco van Basten.

The former AC Milan and Netherlands striker has also suggested replacing penalty shootouts with eight-second run-ups and introducing orange cards to send players to sin-bins for 10 minutes.

He has also proposed that players should be involved in fewer matches each season, that games should go straight to penalties without extra-time,...