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Betting Blog: All square at Anfield as Arsenal hold Liverpool

The ESPN FC answer your twitter questions on Liverpool's top four chances, Jozy Altidore's future and Chelsea's potential transfer window targets.

You would have been in the money had you backed all our tips in the Capital One Cup so let's see if we can continue our red-hot form with some more selections ahead of the weekend's action ...

Draw a good result at Anfield

It is interesting to see that Liverpool's price to beat Arsenal at Anfield on Sunday remained at 9/5 with Bet365 despite their morale-boosting win at Bournemouth in the Capital One Cup in midweek, a result that was doubly important after a torrid recent run.

Arsenal, admittedly,...

 By Nick Miller

Premier League workhorses who don't get the credit they deserve

Blue-collar, work-horses, grafters, 'lunchbucket' players -- call them what you like. The Premier League needs those who perhaps aren't known for their silky skills. Here are ten of the best.

10. Cesar Azipilicueta

Cesar Azpilicueta has become a mainstay on the Chelsea back line.
Cesar Azpilicueta has become a mainstay on the Chelsea back line.

When Cesar Azipilicueta first arrived at Chelsea, there were some doubts about whether he was good enough for a side of their ambitions. He seemed a game but relatively limited defender, but after establishing himself in the side, he most definitely has proved those early doubts wrong,...

Liverpool and Arsenal shun defensive midfielders; creativity over destruction

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Craig Burley and Stuart Holden are in agreement the pressure is piled on Liverpool ahead of their Capital One Cup match against Bournemouth, with a clash against Arsenal looming.

The defensive midfielder is not a footballing dinosaur or dodo, a species consigned to extinction by the changing of the times. How could it be when Chelsea's Nemanja Matic is perhaps the most influential player of the season?

Yet it has no counterpart at two of the supposed elite: The defensive midfielder seems a dying breed at Liverpool and Arsenal. Matic highlights a philosophical divide in football. This summer Chelsea paid 21 million pounds to re-sign the man they sold for a sixth of that...

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Manchester United inspired by the heroes of 1996 as title talk grows

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Shaka Hislop and Steve Nicol discuss whether or not Manchester United are Premier League title contenders after winning six consecutive league matches.

"When they sold Mark Hughes we knew something was happening," recalls Manchester United hero Gary Neville. Hughes was an icon among United supporters in the mid-'90s and enjoyed a position almost as feted as Bryan Robson in the eyes of fans. At the end of the 1994-95 season, though, Alex Ferguson (not yet a Knight of the Realm) sold him without ceremony. But he had a plan.

The departure of Hughes along with Paul Ince and Andrei Kanchelskis sent shivers down the spines of nervous fans. These three...

 By Jim Daly

Ashley Cole has a place in Palace hearts but Roma version is not needed

Ashley Cole impressed while on loan at Crystal Palace in 2000 and has been linked with a return to the club.

Way back in May 2000 when there was barely any coverage of anything outside the Premier League, Wimbledon were still a team and when Alan Shearer had hair, Palace were in trouble. Big trouble.

The team had been in administration for an entire season, had sold off all their good players and replaced them with a bunch of kids barely out of secondary school. Somehow, though, they were still in a chance of avoiding relegation to what was known as the Second Division.

To fill the gaps in the squad, Palace...

 By John Cross

Arsene Wenger has unearthed a gem in Hector Bellerin

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno, Craig Burley and Stuart Holden are in agreement the pressure is piled on Liverpool ahead of their Capital One Cup match against Bournemouth, with a clash against Arsenal looming.

Arsene Wenger may have unearthed a little gem when he least expected it. The Arsenal boss almost found his hand was forced into playing rookie full-back Hector Bellerin against Newcastle last Saturday because of the club's ongoing injury problems, but the young Spaniard showed a determination and desire that made you think he's got what it takes to eventually become a first-team regular.

Perhaps Bellerin's greatest asset is his lightning pace. He's so fast, in fact, that he beat Theo Walcott's time...