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Will Chelsea once again canter to the league title as they did last season?Can Manuel Pellegrini get his expensively assembled squad firing once more?Last season's 2-0 win away to Manchester City springs to mind, while their more recent 1-0 success against Chelsea last week in the Community Shield is further evidence that this side finally have the makings of genuine contenders.Jose Mourinho predictably denigrated Arsenal's achievement in the aftermath of that victory, saying the best team had lost. Will Eden Hazard, the PFA player of the year, torment opposing defenses at will on such a consistent basis as he did last season?There remains plenty of time to bring fresh faces in, with names like Kevin de Bruyne still consistently linked to the Citizens. Their defense shipped far too many goals last season and that backline remains unchanged. Louis van Gaal has yet to draft in another proven striker, with only Wayne Rooney and James Wilson – if as expected Javier Hernandez leaves – United's only out-and-out strikers.
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