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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Pochettino agrees new contract, Wenger slams pundits

It's all about Leicester as they are on the verge of history, if they can defeat Man United at Old Trafford.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes there is a 'personal agenda' to manipulate the club's fans.
Arsene Wenger says his team do not deserve to have their character and attitude questioned.

Here are the latest stories from Friday.

TOTTENHAM: Tottenham Hotspur coach Mauricio Pochettino has verbally agreed a new contract until 2021. He said: "It was an easy decision when you feel the love of the people and the potential of the club is massive, so why change?"

- Dele Alli has been suspended for three games after accepting a charge of violent conduct, for punching WBA's Claudio Yacob, and will miss Tottenham Hotspur's remaining three games of the season.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester to win the Premier League or will Man United keep top four alive?

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti has paid tribute to Leicester for their remarkable season.

It has come down to this. In one of the greatest stories in sport, let alone football history, Leicester will be Premier League champions if they beat Manchester United on Sunday.

Just 12 months on from looking doomed to relegation to the Championship, the Foxes are on the brink of winning English football's biggest prize. It's absolutely extraordinary -- but will Manchester United spoil the party?

Louis van Gaal's men need a win to keep their faint top four hopes alive, while it's tense at the...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Ashley Westwood gives Aston Villa something to cheer in loss

Eric Black feels the Aston Villa supporters have every right to voice their frustration after their tumultuous season.

So much for the relief of relegation enabling Aston Villa to play without fear. Saturday's 4-2 home defeat to Southampton was another repeat, straight off the season's performance template: a poor start, goals behind early on, soft defending.

The scoreline gives a flattering edge to the match which isn't accurate. Saints were always ahead, always had a goal within them whenever Villa pushed the tempo; the hosts were chasing the game from the second minute, when Shane Long smacked the crossbar....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Leicester face Swansea without Jamie Vardy, Tottenham in West Brom battle

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes the Premier League is still Leicester's to lose.

Leicester's lead at the top has been cut to five points, and they'll have to beat Swansea without Jamie Vardy if they want to keep Tottenham at arm's length.

Spurs, meanwhile, play West Brom on Monday, and in the race for the top four, Arsenal travel to Sunderland. The Black Cats remain in a relegation battle with Newcastle, who face a tough trip to Liverpool.

Predict each match in our polls ...

LEICESTER: Swansea's visit is as much a mental test as a physical one. Leicester must recover from...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Agbonlahor should head up squad overhaul at Aston Villa this summer

A look at some of the low points this season which led to Aston Villa's first ever relegation from the Premier League.

Following the recent headlines about Gabby Agbonlahor, which have seen him suspended by the club pending an investigation, it seems safe to assume the striker will be leaving Aston Villa in the summer. He won't be the only departure.

With relegation confirmed, the squad is set for an extensive overhaul ahead of a 2016-17 campaign that will be spent in the Championship; a season that, hopefully, will see a sustained push for promotion. The current season may have four games remaining, starting...

 By Chris Wright

Aston Villa youngster Lewis Kinsella suffers double relegation

If you think you had a rough weekend then spare a thought for Lewis Kinsella, the Aston Villa youngster who suffered the ignominy of being relegated not once, but twice on Saturday afternoon.

A dreary 1-0 defeat against Manchester United was enough to finally relegate Villa from the top flight of English football for the first time since 1987.

Sadly, while his parent club were busy being jettisoned from the Premier League, Kinsella's adopted loan side, Kidderminster Harriers, could only muster a...