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Chelsea to hold off Manchester City and win crucial Premier League clash

ESPN FC's experts discuss the implication of Diego Costa's potential suspension for Chelsea's crucial clash with Manchester City.

Chelsea can hold off Manchester City

When Chelsea were taken into extra-time by Liverpool in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night, the commentators made a big deal about how Manchester City would be enjoying seeing their weekend rivals go an extra half an hour.

Maybe they did, but it won't have made any more confident about going to Stamford Bridge, as they do on Saturday. Three full days to recover is more than enough for a side as strong as Chelsea and though Liverpool pushed them hard, Jose Mourinho...

Liverpool to crank up the pressure on Chelsea in Capital One Cup

Jose Mourinho wants Chelsea's FA Cup exit to Bradford to spark a positive reaction in the second leg of their Capital One Cup semifinal with Liverpool on Tuesday.

Hands up who saw those FA Cup shocks coming on Saturday. Anyone? Thought not. Before we try and claw back some cash from the bookies with some Capital One Cup selections, spare a thought for this poor punter who was oh so close to winning £1,000,000.

Liverpool to hit Chelsea on the break

Chelsea and Liverpool meet again on Tuesday for a place in the final of the League Cup at stake and after the first leg, anything is possible.

Chelsea, at home, are the favourites to go through after the 1-1...

West Ham to suffer FA Cup shock but Man Utd should get by Cambridge

Cambridge boss Richard Money poses with the FA Cup ahead of his side's fourth round tie with Manchester United on Friday.

The FA Cup takes centre stage this weekend with most of the fancied names at home to teams they will expect to beat. Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham all have home advantage while Arsenal and Manchester United are away to lower-ranked opponents.

Sometimes the draw throws up a bundle of potential upsets and there may be one or two matches that could see the favourites struggle.

Bristol City to cause biggest shock

One that jumps out is West Ham's visit to Bristol City of League One....

Betting Blog: Liverpool vs. Chelsea could be a cup thriller

Brendan Rodgers and Jose Mourinho face off against each other this week as Liverpool take on Chelsea in the Capital One Cup.

The Capital One Cup may not have the prestige of the FA Cup or Premier League but it offers the first chance of the season to win silverware and at semifinal stage, we can expect all four teams to be going full throttle for a first leg advantage.

Improving Liverpool to eke out lead

When Chelsea won 2-1 at Anfield in November it extended a good run there to two wins and a draw in the past three visits, including a 2-0 victory last year that effectively put paid to Liverpool's title bid. While Chelsea...

Betting Blog: Jermain the main man again for Sunderland against Spurs

Sunderland and Toronto FC have agreed to a deal to swap strikers, with Black Cats misfit Jozy Altidore heading to the MLS and 32-year-old England international Jermain Defoe heading back the other way.

It's amazing how football seems to throw up coincidences time and time again. The imminent arrival of Jermain Defoe at Sunderland -- last-minute hitches permitting -- means his first match back in England could be against one of his former sides, Tottenham.

With the deal not yet confirmed at the time of writing, no prices are in place regarding the former England forward but it should be noted that he has that uncanny knack for scoring on his debut, having done so for every club he's played at as...

Betting Blog: Everton to overcome Hammers, form with Southampton

Check out the best 5 saves from round three in the FA Cup including Jack Alnwick's remarkable save denying Leicester City's Chris Wood.

Anyone who backed all the tips in last weekend's column should be feeling a lot better off on Monday, as all four tips won at a profit of 12.5 points. There are seven FA Cup third-round replays this week, spread over Tuesday and Wednesday, and the great thing about it is that we have already seen them all go toe-to-toe once, which can only help us from a betting point of view.

Everton to maintain West Ham hoodoo

You have to go back to April 2007 to find the last time West Ham beat Everton in any...