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Manchester United are Turning up the Heat

For Manchester United Fans, this season has been one of few ups and many downs. With no Champions League competition, many fans expected the team to go through the gears very quickly and perhaps make a push for the Premier League title. The team was unable to get the start fans were hoping for, as United were knocked out by MK Dons in the League Cup, while slipping down the table at an alarming pace.

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Can Arsenal Make a Last-Gasp Title Run?

(From left to right) Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla, Alexis Sanchez, Nacho Monreal, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrate during a win against Manchester City on January 18, 2015. [Photo via Getty Images]
(From left to right) Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla, Alexis Sanchez, Nacho Monreal, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrate during a win against Manchester City on January 18, 2015. [Photo via Getty Images]

Although they were disappointingly knocked out of the Champions League at the hands of Monaco, Arsenal have been in fine form in the Premier League. With the gap between themselves and Chelsea as close as it has ever been this season, could there be an upset on hand for the Gunners?

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Manchester United have Fallen Further from their Throne

Robin Van Persie (left) and Wayne Rooney (right) of Manchester United are looking up at several teams in the Premier League standings. [Photo via Reuters]
What happened to the Manchester United that would come from behind and win games after being 2-0 down in the 85th minute? What happened to the Manchester United that was truly a masterclass of talent? What happened to the Manchester United that was consistently successful?

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The Premier League Title is not yet in the Bag for Chelsea

Nemanja Matic is shown a red card by referee Martin Atkinson, earning the defensive midfielder a suspension.
Nemanja Matic is shown a red card by referee Martin Atkinson, earning the defensive midfielder a suspension. [Photo via AFP]
When Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea went the first 14 games of the Premier League season undefeated, the masses cried out that the season was already decided, and that everyone else was merely fighting for a spot in the top four. That same sentiment returned in recent weeks when the Blues cruised to a seven-point lead over Manchester City, the reigning champions; and many were happy to place the trophy prematurely in Mourinho’s lap.

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