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The best team in the Premier League last season, the champion side Chelsea, is back and raring to go, with most of the same players which swept all before them last time out. Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and John Terry form part of a formidable side that will be tough to break down.
Nonetheless, there are teams which want to try. Arsenal, looking stronger than for over a decade, has the class to challenge for the Premier League title, but does it have the stamina? Manchester United is a dazzling team of superstars, with, in Louis van Gaal, a superstar manager, but how will its return to the Champions League impact on domestic performances?
Manchester City has one major superstar signing in £49m Raheem Sterling, the most expensive British footballer apart from Gareth Bale – but there are still question marks over the former Liverpool player, and how good he actually is. This season will tell us if he is good enough to slot into an excellent team and improve it enough to overcome Chelsea.
Plenty of excitement comes from the chasing pack, with Southampton having again signed some good players to replace outgoing ones, Tottenham looking to the calm Argentine manager Mauricio Pochettino for guidance on how to improve on fifth place last time out, and Liverpool hoping to rebuild with a pack of new players, there’s intrigue over who will win out in the end.
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