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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League previews for 2016-17

The ESPN FC panel discuss if Man United deserve to be called EPL favourites, or if they're still too weak defensively.

The 2016-17 Premier League season is nearly upon us. Lots has happened already this summer, so our ESPN FC bloggers take a look at how their teams will fare in the coming campaign.

REIGNING CHAMPIONS & TITLE CHALLENGERS


LEICESTER: Leicester City are the defending Premier League champions. And that sentence still takes some getting used to. Now, they're the team to beat and Claudio Ranieri's men must balance a title defence with Champions League football. Read >> -- Ben Jacobs


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC's predicted Premier League table and writers' picks

The ESPN FC crew debate which team will win the 2016-17 Premier League trophy.

ESPN FC's editorial desk has made its choice for the 2016-17 season, with Manchester City our choice to top in the Premier League.

But who do our writers think will win the title? Who will finish in the coveted Champions League spots? Who are the three clubs who will go down at the end of the season? And which players will finish as top scorer and Player of the Year, respectively?

Gab Marcotti:

Top four: 1. Arsenal 2. Manchester United 3. Chelsea 4. Tottenham
Relegated: Hull, Burnley, Crystal Palace
Top...

 By Nick Miller

Rafa Benitez and Newcastle hope to emerge from Championship chaos

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Rafael Benitez is right to remain at Newcastle.

This time last year, Rafael Benitez was preparing his Real Madrid side, featuring Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, for a season of challenging for the Champions League and La Liga.

Just 12 months on and trips to Burton and Rotherham that consume Benitez's thoughts, as he readies Newcastle for the hard, relentless slog that is the Championship.

It's not just the presence of Benitez that has made Newcastle the clearest favourites for promotion in years, but more the way the club has gone about its...

 By Chris Wright

Norwich's funky new third shirt causes a stir after its release

With Norwich City releasing a questionable third kit this season, we look at some other kits that maybe should have stayed in the closet.

Norwich have released their new third kit and to say that it's caused a bit of a stir is something of an understatement.

Intended as an homage to the Canaries' 1992-94 home kit, the new blotchy white third strip definitely has an air of the "hospital shower curtain" about it.

The look on Steven Naismith's face sums it up quite well ...

 By Paddy Davitt

Norwich City and Alex Neil's agony at Premier League relegation

With the season over, it's time to assess Norwich's 2015-16. Here's a look back on a hugely disappointing season.

Will Norwich get promoted next season?

Season in a sentence

So much early promise following promotion to the Premier League was replaced by a painful crash landing back in the Championship.

Highlight

Manchester United might be a long way short of the dominating force from Sir Alex Ferguson's Premier League vintage but Norwich City's 2-1 away win at Old Trafford in December was still a major milestone. City had not won at...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League season in a sentence as Leicester crowned champions

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reflects on the Premier League season.

It was another memorable Premier League campaign. Our ESPN FC bloggers take a quick look at how their team fared in the 2015-16 season.

LEICESTER: Leicester ended 2015-16 with a fairytale Premier League title, the PFA player of the year, a Premier League scoring record and Champions League football -- so not bad, then! -- Ben Jacobs

ARSENAL: Not good enough to sustain a title challenge but not bad enough to drop out of the top four -- stop me if you think you've heard this one before. --