Premier League table predictions
We try and predict where each of the clubs will finish this season.
Arsenal - 3rd
Arsene Wenger's side had a great opportunity to lift the Premier League trophy last season, but yet again they failed to get over the line. Arsenal have a strong squad this season, they will finish near the top of the table and claim a Champions League place, but third position is the best Arsenal will accomplish.
Bournemouth - 12th
Bournemouth performed brilliantly last season to avoid relegation. It will be just as difficult for the side this season, staying up would be a major success. Eddie Howe will ensure his side continues to improve, they will compete in mid-table this season, and avoid the drop for the second time.
Burnley - 18th
Sean Dyche has done an excellent job during his time at Burnley; they performed at their best last season to win the Championship, and the club deserves the chance to compete in the Premier League. However, it will be difficult for Burnley to stay up this season with the squad they possess.
Chelsea - 5th
Antonio Conte will be determined to succeed in his first season at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea had a disastrous campaign last time around and they will expect a big improvement this season. Chelsea will return to battling at the top end of the table, but they will just miss out on the top four.
Crystal Palace - 16th
Crystal Palace began last season in good form, Alan Pardew had a positive impact at the club - including the signing of Yohan Cabaye, but their performances in the Premier League trailed off. A top half finish would be a success this season, however, Palace will find themselves near the relegation zone once again.
Everton - 8th
There have been big changes at Everton this summer; Ronald Koeman has arrived at the club, and John Stones has left. Everton disappointed last season by finishing in mid-table, the club expects more, and with Koeman taking charge, Everton will perform slightly better this season.
Hull City - 20th
It wasn't long ago Hull City were celebrating promotion to the Premier League. However, things have changed dramatically in the last month: Steve Bruce resigned, Mohamed Diame left, and the club has failed to make any new signings. Hull are rightfully favourites for relegation this season.
Leicester City - 7th
Leicester City performed a miracle last season to win the Premier League title. This season will be more difficult for Claudio Ranieri's side, as they have Champions League football, which will affect their league campaign. However, the squad is strong enough to compete at the top end of the table.
Liverpool - 4th
Liverpool finished eighth last season; Jurgen Klopp has since had time to improve the squad and his side will finish higher this season. Liverpool performed well in pre-season, the club's signed some good players, and they are now in a position to claim a Champions League place this campaign.
Manchester City - 1st
Predicting a winner of this season's Premier League title is difficult, but Manchester City will start as favourites. The arrival of Pep Guardiola is a big boost, new players have also arrived at the Etihad, and the team is capable of overcoming their Premier League rivals to win the title.
Manchester United - 2nd
Manchester United are expected to fight for the title this season, the club's been busy in the transfer window, and the arrival of Paul Pogba has increased optimism around Old Trafford. Man United will come close to lifting the crown under Jose Mourinho, but they will narrowly miss out.
Middlesbrough - 15th
Out of the three newly promoted sides, Middlesbrough have the best chance of avoiding relegation. Aitor Karanka has made some important signings, which will help the club compete in the top flight, and Middlesbrough will have enough to stay clear of the bottom three this season.
Southampton - 11th
Ronald Koeman's departure was a big blow to Southampton, as he did a remarkable job last season to finish sixth. Claude Puel is the new manager at St Mary's, he faces a difficult task in his first season. But Southampton still have some good players, which will see them finish mid-table.
Stoke City - 10th
Stoke City have been a mid-table club for the past several seasons, they are too good to go down, but not yet good enough to challenge for European places. Mark Hughes will be desperate to improve on last season; however, it will be another season of finishing mid-table for Stoke.
Sunderland - 13th
Last season, Sunderland narrowly avoided relegation by finishing in 17th place. The club fails to make any real progress year-on-year, which leaves them in a precarious position. The arrival of David Moyes will change things at the club; Sunderland will comfortably avoid relegation.
Swansea City - 17th
Swansea City struggled last season, they were dragged into a relegation fight, and if it wasn't for the arrival of Francesco Guidolin, the club could have gone down. This season will be difficult again for Swansea, the squad lacks strength-in-depth, and they will finish close to the bottom.
Tottenham Hotspur - 6th
Tottenham had success last season under Mauricio Pochettino, the club finished the campaign in third position, which secured them a Champions League place. Tottenham will want to improve on last season, but with the high level of competition in the Premier League, it will be difficult to achieve.
Watford - 19th
Walter Mazzarri takes charge of Watford this season, it's his first managerial role in England, and he faces a difficult task trying to keep the club in the Premier League. Watford have overachieved recently, they will struggle to repeat last season's performances, and it will all end with relegation.
West Bromwich Albion - 14th
Tony Pulis is an expert at keeping his teams in the Premier League; he achieved it again last season with West Bromwich Albion. This season will be no different, as West Brom are solid at the back, which will see them earn enough points to stay clear of relegation.
West Ham United - 9th
Premier League predicted table
1st Manchester City
2nd Manchester United
6th Tottenham Hotspur
7th Leicester City
9th West Ham United
10th Stoke City
14th West Bromwich Albion
16th Crystal Palace
17th Swansea City
20th Hull City