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Arsenal vs. Chelsea in Community Shield

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Vote on the Premier League, Di Maria vs. Depay, Bayern's season and more

The ESPN FC crew give their opinions on who will win the Premier League this season, and while predictions vary, everyone agrees that Chelsea will be the side to beat.

Football always inspires debate and this weekend was no exception. Here are five of the main talking points -- what do you think?

Vote and comment below or on Twitter using the hashtag #FCtalkingpoints.

After Arsenal's 1-0 Community Shield win vs. Chelsea, the scene is set for the start of the Premier League season. Will Jose Mourinho's men retain their crown or will the trophy return to Manchester? Or, could Arsene Wenger's Gunners win their first title since 2003-04?

Who will win the Premier League?

The next big transfer is expected...

Oxlade-Chamberlain shines, Cech enjoys Arsenal debut in Shield win

Arsenal defeated Chelsea via a first half goal from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to secure a consecutive Community Shield title over their bitter London rivals.

Petr Cech enjoyed the satisfaction of a Wembley victory over his former club as Arsenal saw off Chelsea 1-0 on Sunday to land the 2015-16 Community Shield.

The win completes a preseason treble for the Gunners, who also lifted the Asia Trophy and the Emirates Cup. It seems that winning is a habit after all.

It was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who scored the crucial goal, collecting a pass from Theo Walcott before cutting inside to fire a shot into the top corner with his weaker left foot. Oxlade-Chamberlain...

No use forcing Di Maria to stay at United if he's given up the fight

Lucas Moura and Marquinhos are excited by the prospect of playing alongside Angel Di Maria at PSG next season.

When rumours first started linking Angel Di Maria with a move to Paris St-Germain, it was easy to dismiss it as mere gossip.

The idea that United could sell their all-time most expensive signing just a year after he joined for £59.7 million seemed ludicrous. For all the criticism Di Maria received for his first and likely only season in the Premier League, it's important to note that he did play some part in helping United get back to the Champions League.

Without question, he melted away at...

Premier League squad numbers: Players to wear 1-50

Since squad numbers were introduced in Great Britain in 1993, players have chosen to express themselves by the numbers on their back. In England, some have become legendary -- see No. 7 at Manchester United, worn by the likes of Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo in the Premier League era. But has someone worn every number from 1-50?

We liked this from the NBA so much that we thought we'd have our own go. It would be hard to argue that Blackpool's Andy Reid (No. 43), or Villa's Jack...

Rickie Lambert's arrival at West Brom will boost their attack

Saido Berahino, right, and Rickie Lambert have all of the attributes to be a strong pair at striker.

West Brom's capture of Rickie Lambert from Liverpool is their third signing of the summer and the most important yet.

Albion were heavily reliant on Saido Berahino for goals last season (he scored 14 of the club's 38 goals in that campaign) and manager Tony Pulis simply couldn't afford to be as dependent on the striker this season. The signing of Lambert should help ease the burden on their lead forward, as it means the club now has two proven Premier League goal-scorers in their squad.

Lambert...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Tim Sherwood's Aston Villa overhaul could make for exciting season

Ghana international Jordan Ayew can play across the front line for Aston Villa and Tim Sherwood.

Count them in -- one, two, three, four new signings confirmed at Villa in the past few days. With the kick-off to the 2015-16 Premier League season now just a week away, Tim Sherwood has been involved in a blur of transfer activity and his squad looks a great deal stronger as a result.

Striker Jordan Ayew was swiftly followed by versatile Spanish defender Jose Angel Crespo, while a frenzied Friday saw Nantes midfielder Jordan Veretout and Blackburn forward Rudy Gestede officially confirmed as arrivals....