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2017-18 Premier League season - Vote on ESPN FC writer predictions

13 Agosto 2017

Two years ago, Leicester City won a championship out of nowhere.

A dismal title defence and the shock sacking of Claudio Ranieri raised questions about the players' character, but a run to the Champions League quarter-finals under Craig Shakespeare augured well.

How will Mourinho use his new stars?

Guardiola's freewheeling offensive style was let down by an extremely fragile defense. I prefer the Mourinho in the dressing room, he's friendlier.

Last season's fixture was settled by spectacular Emre Can bicycle kick ♦ Nathaniel Clyne and Adam Lallana out for Liverpool.

Chelsea remains a solid play, particularly after adding Alvaro Mota to their front line.

His display in the first leg was one the the best any opposition player has delivered at the Etihad in recent seasons, with his ability to retain possession and create chances for his teammates carving City open on a number of occasions.

"Jose is one of the best in the world".

Tottenham only lost one player from last year's second-place squad but has brought in no reinforcements.

Speaking to coveted fan channel Arsenal Fan TV, Lampard felt confident that his former side could retain the title this season, despite losing star striker Diego Costa.

Romelu Lukaku will play every game but Manchester United don't score a lot.

Players found guilty of diving or faking an injury could face two-match bans as punishment from this season.

The 39-year-old registered 106 international appearances for Englan throughout his career, scoring 29 goals. The medical department is better and we are much stronger as a team in the analysis department. That is normal but not enough, ' he stresses.

"I'm happy with the effort the club made and happy the club managed to do 75 per cent of the work before the Premier League starts". "He wants more at the highest level".

"The league is special because it is such a tough division to win", said Carrick.

- Richard Dunne's record tally of Premier League own goals.

That impressive burst of productivity convinced City manager Pep Guardiola to select the Brazil forward at the expense of Eastlands icon Sergio Aguero at times.

Premier League: Manchester City at Brighton & Hove Albion, 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Ch. 11.

Lacazette hit 37 goals in 45 games last season and Wenger desperately needs the 26-year-old to emulate that form. "They love it. That's why it's great to be here".

Premier League: Tottenham at Newcastle, 7:30 a.m. Sunday, NBCSN. He's been able to sign whoever he wants irrespective of cost which makes their next potential signing an odd one.

City travel to new-boys Brighton, back in the top tier after a 34-year absence, while United host West Ham. Can it live up to its reputation this time?

The Red Devils finished in sixth place in the Premier League table last term in Mourinho's first season in charge of the 20-time English champions.

"We have the confidence levels of a team who won a European competition".

It would be a surprise if United fans didn't give Hernandez a warm welcome on his return.

2017-18 Premier League season - Vote on ESPN FC writer predictions