After suffering a shock opening defeat of the season, Chelsea aim to bounce back in a bid to grab their first points of the season when they face London rivals Tottenham at Wembley Stadium.
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Champions Chelsea suffered a shock defeat in a cracking weekend of action to start the new Premier League season, as Burnley stunned the Blues 3-2 at Stamford Bridge.
The new Premier League season is just hours away and to get you started for what is set to be an exciting season, here is my predicted table and who I think will be crowned champions?
The Premier League season is nearly here and over the next few days I will give my predictions ahead of the new campaign. In the second part of my preview, I look at the safe mid-table sides.
Leicester have appointed Craig Shakespeare as head coach of the 2016 Premier League champions on a three-year deal, after a successful stint as caretaker manager.
Liverpool booked themselves a return to Champions League football for the first time in three seasons, as the Reds sealed fourth place with a 3-0 win against Middlesbrough.
Chelsea made no mistake of taking advantage of Tottenham’s slip-up, as the Blues cruised to a 3-0 win over Middlesbrough to move just one win away from securing the Premier League title.
Gabriel Jesus saved Man City’s blushes, as Pep Guardiola’s side denied Middlesbrough a massive three points in their fight against relegation by rescuing a late 2-2 draw at the Riverside.
Man United extended their Premier League unbeaten run to 24 games, as Jose Mourinho’s side snatched a point off Man City in the Manchester Derby to keep hopes of a top four finish alive.