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The Premier League 2016/17 is coming! Find out the best tips on the new season to make the most of it are one of the leading tipping sites in the UK and they have provided to all our readers their analysis and tips on the upcoming Premier League 2016/17 season.

With the new Premier League season just a few weeks away it’s time to get excited! The world’s greatest league will be back in action on August 13th and with the Euros now put to bed, I guess I’m not the only one eager to get it started. For all the best bets during the coming campaign it’s a must to make sure you pay your daily visit to

Last season saw the surprise Champions, Leicester lifting the Premier League title and it was in many ways a disappointing season for a lot of the bigger names, while we got to learn upcoming clubs and some fantastic players a bit better.

How good was Riyad Mahrez and his Leicester? Dimitri Payet and his Hammers? And even Sadio Mané and his Southampton who made their way to the Europa League.

But for me, this will be the season we label as the “Return of the big clubs”.

Manchester United have brought in José Mourinho to guide them towards a brighter future and the addition of players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan will straight away make them candidates for not just the top four, but also the title.

Chelsea will be injected with the energy of Antonio Conte and the smartness and discipline of French international, N’Golo Kanté, while Manchester City will be hoping that Pep Guardiola is the man to bring the title back to the Etihad.

You hear me right? The big boys are back in town.

I think we will see a season where the Top 4 is Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal (as always!).

I also think that Manchester United could excel in to champions straight away, with the arrival of talent both at the dugout and on the pitch. Would they add Paul Pogba as well (now at 2/5 with SkyBet), it could be a walk in the park.

Manchester United to win the title is 7/2 with Betway.

On the other side of the coin I think Leicester City will face a big struggle, trying to cope with the pressure of last year’s success and the tough schedule of Premier League and Champions League ahead of them. Can you find bets on Leicester to finish quite low in the table; I’d recommend a bet. To me, even a Top 10 could be too tough a task for them.

If you’re after safe bets at low risk you could go with “Leicester to not win any major trophy” at 1/7 with BetVictor.



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