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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Premier League's battle for Champions League, Europa League

Catch up with all the best social media action centered around Leicester's 1-1 draw with Manchester United.

The Premier League gets four places in the Champions League, with the top three going direct to the group stage and fourth entering in the final qualifying round.

There are also three places available in the Europa League -- going to fifth in the league plus the winners of the FA Cup and the Capital One Cup. As Manchester City won the latter and are all but certain of finishing no lower than sixth, that place will transfer to the league.

So, fifth in the league (and the FA Cup winners) will go direct...

 By Steven Kelly

Jurgen Klopp gets it wrong as Liverpool are thumped by Swansea

Swansea City separate themselves more from the relegation zone with a dominant victory over Liverpool.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp reacts to his side's 3-1 defeat at Swansea.

It's hard to assess whether a full-strength, fully motivated Liverpool side could have matched Swansea in Sunday's 3-1 defeat, but it couldn't have hurt.

What actually transpired was fairly embarrassing and can only be put down to an attempt at a false impression for Villarreal spies watching their upcoming Europa League opponents. Swansea were committed but didn't have to be much else to win comfortably.

A number of Liverpool players were hampered by the team selection and formation set down by...

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.
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...

 By Nick Miller

The 10 greatest managerial rants of Premier League title run-ins

The ESPN FC panel look back at Kevin Keegan's now famous meltdown twenty years after he nearly brought Newcastle the EPL title.
Alison Bender looks back at the worst ever Premier League chokes, as Leicester look to secure their title with three games remaining.

This week marks the 20th anniversary of Kevin Keegan declaring he would "love it" if Newcastle beat Manchester United to the 1995-96 Premier League title. Here are some more notable rants from title run-ins of the past.

10. Alex Ferguson and Devon Loch

Speak to some Manchester United fans and they will tell you that most of the clubs' current problems lead back to Alex Ferguson's interest in horse racing, after his legal action over the stud rights to Rock of Gibraltar led, in a roundabout way,...

 By David Usher

Alberto Moreno's lack of discipline costs Liverpool first leg at Villarreal

The ESPN FC crew discuss Liverpool's defeat at Villarreal and what it means for the second leg.

After looking so comfortable for so long, Liverpool will be kicking themselves for conceding a goal on the counterattack with virtually the last kick of the game in Thursday's Europa League semifinal first-leg loss at Villarreal. That one irresponsible moment aside, this was a fine away performance against opposition who never looked anywhere near as impressive as their reputation suggested they would be.

Perhaps Jurgen Klopp gave them too much respect, not specifically by not starting with Daniel...

Villarreal in control of Europa League semifinal after late winner vs. Liverpool

Adrian's goal late into stoppage time sunk Liverpool 1-0 at Anfield in the first leg of the UEL semifinals.
Villarreal struck in stoppage time against Liverpool and now take a one goal advantage in the tie.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Liverpool's defeat at Villarreal and what it means for the second leg.

VILLARREAL, Spain -- Three thoughts from El Madrigal, where a late winner gave Villarreal a 1-0 victory over Liverpool in their Europa League semifinal first leg.

1. Late Adrian goal makes Villarreal big favourites

Adrian Lopez's injury-time winner saw Villarreal beat Liverpool 1-0 on Thursday night at Villarreal's El Madrigal to take a big advantage in their Europa League semifinal.

A tight, tactical first half resulted in just a few clear chances and no goals, while the second period saw...