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Top 5: Premier League bogey fixtures (1)

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After Manchester City's late struggle against bottom of the table Sunderland, GiveMeSport looks at the 5 biggest bogey fixtures. On paper, football seems so simple, yet more often than not the bigger fish fall to the small fry.

Whether it's Arsene Wenger's nightmare against Bolton for so many years or a recurrence of an FA Cup upset, there are certain fixtures that fans look upon with the upmost dread. Sometimes managers are simply good at handling another manager's style of play, or can even play into their hands despite having so supposedly worse team.

If you have any other suggestions on your teams' slippery fixtures, comment below to let us know...

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