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With the action kicking off Saturday, The Daily Star assesses some Premier League teams' prospects for the new season.Chelsea: Last season – 3rdThe scrupulous Portuguese snared one of Europe's foremost strikers in Diego Costa, in the hope that the Brazil-born hitman can add firepower to a forward line that only gleaned 19 goals last season.Despite losing star forward Luis Suarez to Barcelona, Liverpool appear primed for another assault on the Premier League title.Liverpool's scattergun approach during the transfer window has drawn comparisons to Tottenham's last season, with the London club bringing in seven players after the sale of Gareth Bale. It proved a doomed experiment as six of the new arrivals faltered with only Christian Eriksen impressing at White Hart Lane. Liverpool have already added eight players to their swelling ranks with more expected to follow, the difference being that the core of those signings are proven Premier League players in Dejan Lovren, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana. While Everton have done well in the transfer window with captures of Romelu Lukaku, Gareth Barry and Muhamed Besic, their rivals have been equally busy in strengthening their squads for the coming season.
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