Poll: Which team will win the Premier League?
Will Manchester United retain their title or will we see a new champion?
The new season is just hours away from starting - but we're very far from knowing which side will lift the title come May.
It's been billed as perhaps the most unpredictable season in Premier League history. New managers and new players mean the established order have no guarantees.
Will Jose Mourinho make an instant impact at Chelsea? Can David Moyes successfully take the baton from Sir Alex? And what about Manuel Pellegrini - can a title be won on all out attack?
Here's your chance to make your prediction. Let us know who you think will win the title by taking part in the poll below...
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