Lots of action coming your way in the Premier League this season

This season promises to be one of the most exciting in Premier League history, with some of the world’s most renowned managers taking up the hot-seat at several of the title challengers.
Guardiola and Mourinho renew their rivalry in Manchester at City (title odds 5/2) and United (3/1) respectively, Conte (13/2) will lead the charge at Chelsea and Klopp continues at the Kop with Liverpool (8/1).
The north London giants Arsenal (6/1) and Tottenham (10/1) will hope to improve on their efforts from the last campaign, when they lost out to the arguably the biggest shock in sporting history when Leicester (33/1) won the league at odds of 5,000/1.
It’s not just big names in the dugout, as the brash Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic (8/1 top goalscorer) swaps Paris for Manchester to line up at Old Trafford, where he’s set to be joined by the transfer-record-breaking Paul Pogba, finally.
Then Chelsea have added N’Golo Kante from the champions Leicester, and the promising Belgian attacker Michy Batshuayi (20/1).
Liverpool have bought well with Sadio Mane (40/1) arriving from Southampton, and Georginio Wijnaldum (150/1) signing from Newcastle.
Man City have spent big as ever, but they look like they’re building for the future with some of their signings, although Ilkay Gundogan and Leroy Sane (33/1) will certainly be pushing for starting roles.
Arsenal are still waiting for that big name striker to arrive, but Granit Xhaka should at least give them that bit of steel in the middle of the park.
At the other end of the table, it looks like being a real struggle for Hull (relegation odds 4/7), with their manager Steve Bruce departing before the season has even started, and several players have departed without really being replaced.
Burnley (10/11) and Middlesbrough (2/1) are the other promoted clubs, but with experienced talent such as Victor Valdez and Alvaro Negredo (100/1) joining, they look the best equipped to survive.
Sunderland (5/2) could be in for a tough time of it having lost Sam Allardyce to England, with David Moyes arriving at the Stadium of Light trying to rebuild his reputation.

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