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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's critical clash with Spurs, rampant Chelsea host WBA

Rio Ferdinand tells ESPN FC that Manchester United's top four hopes are not over yet.
Rio Ferdinand tells ESPN FC that Manchester United's top four hopes are not over yet.

Defeat for Manchester United in Sunday's clash with Tottenham would not only all-but end their slim title hopes, their chances of finishing in the top four would be in serious jeopardy. 

Losing to Mauricio Pochettino's men would send Jose Mourinho's side nine points adrift of Spurs, who will start the game fifth. 

Elsewhere, rampant Chelsea host high-flying West Brom while troubled West Ham, hammered 5-1 against Arsenal last week, visit Anfield with Liverpool still reeling from last Sunday's...

Pardew, Palace need to replicate Southampton plan vs. Hull

Alan Pardew feels Crystal Palace didn't deserve six straight defeats and the mounting criticism.
Jose Mourinho is sent off again at Old Trafford, plus Twitter goes crazy over Bob Bradley's pronunciation of Alan Pardew.
Swansea earned their first win of the season, and Craig Burley feels Alan Pardew may be sacked come Monday.

Alan Pardew's job is safe. So says Steve Parish, Crystal Palace's chairman, who following the club's first win in over two months spoke with Jim White at talkSPORT about the beleaguered manager's role. But how safe is the job? What if a defeat at Hull City is followed by defeats to Chelsea and Manchester United? 

Football management is a perilous job. A hero one year can be the villain the next. A FA Cup Final appearance can be lauded as an indicator of progress in one breath, while the subsequent...

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Alan Pardew's job as Crystal Palace manager 'totally safe' - chairman

Alan Pardew feels Crystal Palace didn't deserve six straight defeats and the mounting criticism.
Birthday boy Christian Benteke discusses the importance of remaining positive during a difficult period for Palace.
Crystal Palace comfortably beat Southampton 3-0 to give Alan Pardew a much needed win.
Fraser Forster will want to forget this costly mistake as it allowed Christian Benteke an easy tap-in.

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has told talkSPORT that Alan Pardew's job as manager is "totally safe," amid speculation that he is close to being fired.

Pardew oversaw a run of six Premier League defeats in a row before the 3-0 win against Southampton last weekend.

And although Parish admitted there were aspects of that need to be fixed, he also highlighted positive aspects of the job Pardew has done since his arrival in January 2015.

When asked about Pardew's position, Parish said: "It is...

Christian Benteke stars as Crystal Palace beat Southampton

Crystal Palace comfortably beat Southampton 3-0 to give Alan Pardew a much needed win.
Crystal Palace comfortably beat Southampton 3-0 to give Alan Pardew a much needed win.
Alan Pardew feels Crystal Palace didn't deserve six straight defeats and the mounting criticism.
Birthday boy Christian Benteke discusses the importance of remaining positive during a difficult period for Palace.

Crystal Palace left the disappointment of the previous week's performance against Swansea behind by collecting a win after six defeats in a row and by keeping the first clean sheet of the season against a lacklustre Southampton team. It wasn't a classic but crucial wins often aren't.

Positives

The clean sheet was a worthy prize for a defensive performance that showed heart, commitment and solidarity. It was a team effort and while the performance packed quality it might just be enough to set the...

 By PA Sport

Gareth Southgate hopes to talk to Wilfried Zaha about England future

England hope Wilfried Zaha will change his mind about deciding to play for the Ivory Coast.

New England boss Gareth Southgate wants Wilfried Zaha to remain an option for the Three Lions rather than see him switch his national allegiance to the Ivory Coast.

The 24-year-old Crystal Palace winger was born in the Ivory Coast and moved to England with his family when he was four.

He picked up two senior England caps during Roy Hodgson's tenure, but he is eligible to switch to his country of birth as both appearances came in friendlies.

Zaha has already been pictured holding an Ivory Coast shirt...