Premier League 2019/20 preview: Team-by-team guide with title, top four and relegation predictions
A guide to the new season of top flight action in England and a look at each of the 20 sides and how they will perform over the coming 38 match weeks
The new Premier League season begins on August 9 and there are plenty of fascinating narratives
Manchester City are looking to become only the second side, after Manchester United, to win three successive titles in the Premier League era.
They were pushed close by Liverpool in 2018/19 and Jurgen Klopp's men will now bid to go one better and end a 30-year title drought for the Anfield club.
Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are expected to be best of the rest, although Leicester City and Everton will have hope of breaking into the top six.
Norwich City, Sheffield United and Aston Villa are the promoted sides looking to establish themselves.
Richard Jolly has analysed all 20 clubs and gives his verdict on how each side will fare and links to those stories are below.
Check out his predicted finishing order in the gallery above. To move on to the next photo, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.
Arsenal: Can Nicolas Pepe inspire return to top four?
Aston Villa: Looking to Jack Grealish to inspire on return to top flight
Bournemouth: Eddie Howe's attacking ethos goes on
Brighton & Hove Albion: Graham Potter tasked with injecting more creativity
Burnley: Sean Dyche's men set for steadier season
Chelsea: Can Christian Pulisic fill void left by Eden Hazard for Frank Lampard?
Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha once again key in a side struggling for goals
Everton: Can Moise Kean help Marco Silva's side gatecrash top six?
Leicester City: Top six finish on horizon for Brendan Rodgers' side
Liverpool: Mohamed Salah leads another tilt for the title
Manchester City: Pep Guardiola's side favourites for three in a row
Manchester United: Top four return to come under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Newcastle United: Steve Bruce faces a season of struggle
Norwich City: Survival the achievable goal for Daniel Farke's men
Sheffield United: Chris Wilder's side out to defy expectations by avoiding relegation
Southampton: Ralph Hasenhuttl can guide club to mid-table finish
Tottenham Hotspur: Top-three finish again the target to kick-start new era
Watford: Javi Gracia and Hornets hope for more Gerard Deulofeu magic
West Ham: Manuel Pellegrini's men set for top-half finish
Wolves: Balancing Europa League and domestic duties to be a tough ask
Updated: August 2, 2019 03:26 PM