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Arsenal motivation hard to muster for Manchester City clash

Tottenham seek to finish above Arsenal as they take on a defensively sound Southampton.

When the Premier League schedule was revealed last year, Manchester City vs. Arsenal in the penultimate round of fixtures was one that many thought would be a huge game. Both sides had ambitions of winning the title and a game like this would surely play a part in helping to decide the destination of the trophy.

As it turns out, there is still something to play for but the prize is not heavy, silver and displayed in a cabinet, and it won't be enjoyed until August. Already left in the shadow...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Mousa Dembele banned six games, Pep says he failed

Daniel Sturridge wasn't greeted in the Liverpool dressing room, and Sergio Aguero vows to win the UCL with Man City.
Sevilla coach Unai Emery is looking forward to facing Liverpool in the Europa League final.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Villarreal boss Marcelino Garcia Toral exchange harsh words in the aftermath at Anfield.
With the Europa League Final set, the ESPN FC crew discuss what Liverpool need to do to end Sevilla's run as champion.
The ESPN FC crew recap Liverpool's convincing 3-0 second leg victory over Villarreal in the Europa League.

Here are the latest stories from Friday.

TOTTENHAM: Mousa Dembele was hit win a six-game ban by the FA after the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder accepted a charge of violent conduct after he appeared to try to scratch the eye of Chelsea's Diego Costa.

BAYERN MUNICH: Boss Pep Guardiola has said he is no longer concerned about the identity of the "mole" at the club, telling reporters: "I will not be here next season."

- The future Man City coach also admitted that fans have a right...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester set for title party while United, City and Arsenal seek top four

ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks about what is in store for Leicester following their title win.

Leicester are the champions! The Premier League title may have already been decided in quite extraordinary fashion but there's plenty still to play for.

Attention now turns to staying in the division and also qualifying for the Champions League next season. So with that in mind, vote in our match polls -- starting with a clash at Carrow Road that will have ramifications towards the top and bottom ...

NORWICH: Things look bleak for Norwich's Premier League survival chances after the 1-0 defeat...

 By Ian Darke

Arsenal must ask tough questions about Arsene Wenger's future

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaks after his side's narrow victory over Norwich and fan frustration about their campaign.

As Arsene Wenger prepares for a vital Arsenal game at Manchester City this weekend, he might be delighted that Leicester City's wild celebrations have knocked him off the sports pages and radio phone-ins.

The fan protests against Wenger last week at the Norwich game hardly amounted to a storming of the barricades, did they? More like a mild rebuke than the start of a raging revolution and demand for regime change. But an estimated 10,000 empty seats will tell Arsenal's long-serving manager that...

Arsene Wenger's blueprint to beat Manchester City at the Etihad

Arsenal triumphed 2-0 away at Manchester City in the 2014-15 campaign.

Arsenal's 2-0 victory at Manchester City on Jan. 18 last season not only gave them an away win at one of their main rivals, it showed Arsene Wenger could ditch his usual attack-minded playing style for a more pragmatic approach.

Arsenal surprised many by dropping deep and focusing on defending, while continually threatening on quick counter attacks. It worked to perfection and was hailed as a blueprint for how Arsenal should approach big games in the future. And to some extent they have, as evidenced...

Arsenal's Premier League failure not solely down to strikers

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger speaks after his side's narrow victory over Norwich and fan frustration about their campaign.

In the blue corner, a 23-goal striker. In the red one, a 21-goal strike force. When Manchester City host Arsenal on Sunday, they will do so with opposing attitudes in attack. City have conventional wisdom on their side, in the shape of the potent, prolific Sergio Aguero, who is bidding to retain his Golden Boot.

Arsenal have the squad-rotation alternative, with Olivier Giroud (12 Premier League goals), Theo Walcott (five) and Danny Welbeck (four) just passing the 20-goal barrier between them....