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Premier League big guns set for big battle in 2019/20

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The Big Six Premier League are preparing for another action that is packed with the 2019/20 season.

Manchester City took the title for the third year in a row, but rivals will believe they can challenge Pep Guardiola’s team.

Premier League big guns set for big battle in 2019/20

Liverpool will likely be their closest rivals, with Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester United also expected. Read because we value the title race this season.

It’s hard to refuse the city

The defending champions beat Liverpool for last season’s title and the same results were at stake this time.

Many players will be willing to play their victory at Maple Casino to support City at the 4/6 level, with the club showing no signs of complacency.

City had strengthened their team earlier this summer when Rodri and Angelino had agreed to move to the Etihad Stadium.

The move to Bournemouth center, Nathan Ake, is also according to plan, which means City will be the team that wins again next season.

Liverpool plays a dangerous game

The Reds outperformed the city with 10 points last season and did not make significant progress in the summer transfer market.

Dutch defender Sep van den Berg came from PKK Zwolle while the club negotiated a deal for Fulham junior Harvey Elliot.

Both are clearly attractive prospects, but Liverpool need players who make a difference in their first team if they want to challenge City again.

Ousmane Dembele and Nicolas Pepe were in action at Anfield and both could help end Liverpool’s long wait for the title.

Expect long challenges from Spurs

Spurs were the defending champions for most of last season, but came out in the final third of the season and were lucky to finish fourth.

However, they have cut Tangi Nembele from Lyon and it seems to be getting better this summer.

Dani Ceballos, Nicolo Zaniolo and Giovani Lo Celso are among the many players associated with Spurs as coach Mauricio Pochettino to improve his team.

If the Spurs boss can reach his transfer goal, his team can close the gap in the first two seasons of the season significantly.

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