It should be MANC
on paper. Even when they have lost this year they often have played well enough. Kompany is back on song, YaYa and Zabaleta are worth their place. But big head Hart and Silva both gone off a bit and Aguerro only promises so much. But new manager untried in the PL, and gossip is ManC's owners want the Chumps League prioritised, the PL doesnt matter - like Chelsea ?
Arsenal : Could be them with Ozil and Ramsey key. Ex-key man Corzola having a seasons rest and that defence? Will Wilshire and Walcott stay fit and deliver ?
ManUtd : Average team last year did so well in reality only because of poor challenge from the rest of the PL. To be fair - they got the most points so won the PL. Need major rebuild - decide then. And personally always thought Moyes over rated. His Everton were too defensive with top of the league position for dirty players. Note Everton are now top of the fair play league this season says the Sun - and look how much better they are doing.
Chelsea : they can look as though they were running away with it - see that first half against Hull. But then JM decides to "manage" and it all goes haywire. Team selection mystifies everybody - Who on here would refuse Mata and Luiz in their side ? So for me it all depends how JM shapes up.
Outsiders ? Spurs - chance if others falter? Everton- if they can keep this up, sell Baines for £80m to ManU and spend cash wisely. Liverpool - perhaps the best chance outside the top 4 in MHO now that Suarez has been fitted with a gum shield for matches. The Toon with JFK in charge ? !
NAH - TOP CHOICE = Hull City - where pigs fly and have their own aerodrome