New faces on the Premier League merry-go-round

New faces on the Premier League merry-go-round

British media reported that the text was not appreciated because it weakened Chelsea's bargaining position after it was made public, but Conte denied there being tension between himself and Roman Abramovich, the club's owner. I expect him to keep The Terriers up - I believe he is that good.

Chelsea, who suffered a penalty shoot-out defeat to Arsenal in the Community Shield, will have Champions League action added to their workload this season, with European competition set to complement a Premier League campaign which opens with a home date against Burnley on Saturday. I am pumped for this to start though, I mean it seems early, but hey it is regular season. It is the best players from all over the world playing for some of the top clubs in the world.

Chelsea striker, Alvaro Morata says the critics are already killing him despite the limited amount matches he's played since arriving from Real Madrid. The situation is clear. For the young players it's hard because they are not used to it.

Those strong results were in large down to some excellent performances from Palace's star men - the likes of Christian Benteke, Wilfried Zaha, Andros Townsend, Yohan Cabaye, and the very underrated Jason Puncheon.

This coupled with a host of injuries to the likes of Pedro, Eden Hazard and Tiemoue Bakayoko has left the Blues short of depth ahead of Burnley's visit for the first Premier League game of the season. He also has the task of bringing on young Phil Foden - who I believe is best young English player in the country.

But which side will take the bragging rights this season?

Arsene Wenger brokered a fragile truce with Arsenal's dissenting fans by winning the FA Cup last season, but the Gunners boss has no margin for error after going 13 years without Premier League glory.

A club can finish a season very strongly, invest heavily in the summer, but then quite easily start the next campaign in poor fashion. Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez returns to the Premier League after spells in Spain and Germany.

The other big thing I will recommend for getting into soccer is there's always soccer one. £ for £ will prove to be the signing of the season.

The Over/Under 2.5 Goals market is pretty much a coin toss, you wouldn't be surprised at all which way it went, so given that the "Overs" option can be backed at the price it can then that has to be the call.