It's rare for Jose to go trophy-less 3 seasons in a row. His rebuilt team is ready to win the title.
They could mount a serious title challenge with their depth, but may just fall short (again).
3rd: Man City
They may focus more on winning the CL this season, which may hamper their pursuit of the PL.
4th: Man Utd
LvG doesn't have Euro distractions and will re-work United. Will have a good start to the season.
Without Suarez and CL football, Liverpool could struggle in the EPL. But you never know...
Pochettino did a fine job at Southampton. Could win a cup or two, not the Premier League.
Lukaku's permanent transfer was key, but Everton won't better last season's finish.
The signing of Bojan could herald a "Barca Lite" era at the Britannia. Get ready, be surprised.
Bought lots of new faces in the summer. Should do about the same as last season.
They sold their key players, but also bought some in. Koeman will rebuild and reinvigorate.
Poyet inspired his men to a sensational bounce back & they should continue their stability.
12th: West Ham
Won't win much away and will be hard to beat at home. Expect the same old from Sam.
Monk is no Laudrup. At the same time this team in transition will hardly be pushovers.
New CB partnership, good start to the season and a late super buy will boost their season.
May have an indifferent first half of the season, but they could be a difficult force at home.
Expect them to be bogged down in Europe and have enough in their tank to bank 40+ PL points.
17th: Aston Villa
Their summer transfers look unconvincing. Will have a tricky start but Benteke should bail them.
18th: Crystal Palace
Pulis saved them from relegation last season, but without him they are nothing and doomed.
19th: West Brom
Another inexperienced PL manager for WBA. Lescott is a bonus but he won't keep them afloat.
I'm sure they will notch a few decent victories at home but ultimately will battle in vain.
The above information is merely speculation & should not be used for betting purposes.