Here we go again, all the talking has stopped,it’s time to let the players and the football do the talking. You guessed it, the Premier League is back. Just a few weeks ago we saw Chelsea captain John Terry lift the title in what was a pretty straightforward title win. A few weeks on and we are ready to go again.

Each team in the league have strengthened significantly; most notably Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United. The newly promoted sides – Watford, Bournemouth, Norwich have also strengthened as they bid to stay in the Premier League. Chelsea and Arsenal have strengthened but not significantly which could have an impact on the title race.

At the top; the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Man City, Man Utd and Liverpool will all be up there challenging for the title. However we could see Tottenham and Southampton rise up the ranks and stand out with the best of the best.

Towards the relegation zone, you would expect Newcastle, Leicester, Aston Villa, Sunderland to be involved as well as Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich. However, I feel that Watford and Norwich are better equipped for the Premier League whilst Bournemouth will find it tough.

So who should we expect to surprise us?

We should cast our eye on Crystal Palace, the likes of Cabaye, Sako have joined to go with Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie which could make them very dangerous. Southampton are another side who could do really well along with Swansea. Stoke City may also come up trumps  as they have have recruited well and are looking to push on.

Players to Watch:

There has been an influx of Stars coming to the Premier League and we feel some of them will deliver.

Schweinsteger, Schneiderlin, Depay,  Cabaye, Mitrovic, Darmian, Firmino. Other players have swapped clubs and the most notable ones are Falcao, Sterling, Cech.

Who will finish in the Top 4?

Chelsea are still the strongest side but there doubts over the fitness of Diego Costa but they should have enough cover in Falcao and Remy

Arsenal, with the addition of Cech are expected to push Chelsea all the way whilst Man City and Man Utd will be looking to change that. With this being a World Cup year, this could be one of the closest title races we have seen. Get ready for a wild ride.


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W| By Ryan Osborne





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