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30.08.2015 13:30 Southampton v Norwich
30.08.2015 16:00 Swansea v Manchester United
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The 24th season of the English Premier League kicks off this Saturday as Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea look to retain their domestic crown with a 5th title in 2015/16. The Blues strolled to the title last season thanks to Player of the Year Eden Hazard and Co., but their Community Shield loss to Arsenal at Wembley has cast doubt over the ease of their attempted title defence.
The main threat comes from the big-spending Manchester clubs, as Manuel Pellegrini’s City boast new £50million man Raheem Sterling while the much discussed Louis van Gaal has splashed nearly £80million on names such as Memphis Depay and Bastian Schweinsteiger at United. Meanwhile, down in North London, Arsene Wenger will feel he’s safe hands thanks to the signing of Petr Cech meaning Mourinho’s title is firmly in his sights too.
Across the road from the Gunners is the epicentre of the race for the top 4, as Mauricio Pochettino’s young Spurs battle a new-look Liverpool side for a Champions League spot. All eyes will be on Harry Kane to see if he can recreate last season’s heroics which saw him win Young Player of the Year, while Christian Benteke and Roberto Firminho have a point to prove for the Gerrard-less Reds.
Southampton and Everton will be just as happy at their lack of transfer activity; with big name stars such as Jay Rodriguez, James McCarthy and John Stones all staying put at their respective clubs in an attempt to fight off chasing Swansea and Stoke City, who have both acted shrewdly in the summer window with the captures of Andre Ayew and Ibrahim Affelay respectively.
At the other end, it’ll be Operation: Survival for the Premier League new boys as Watford and Norwich return to the top flight, with Eddie Howe’s plucky Bournemouth making their Premier League bow as Championship winners.
Last year’s strugglers Sunderland, Aston Villa and Leicester City will be desperate to avoid another relegation scrap this year; the latter of whom will hope to do so under the new management of former Chelsea man Claudio Ranieri.
The Premier League may boast more new faces than ever thanks to a frantic summer transfer window, but if past seasons are anything to go by it’ll be the same drama and excitement we’ve come to expect from the best league in the world.