Chelsea’s John Terry celebrates with the trophy and teammates after winning the Barclays Premier League. Reuters / Dylan Martinez
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England's Premier League is undoubtedly one of the most exciting in world football but as it embarks on its 24th season on Aug. 8, is it also becoming one of the most predictable?Last term only Newcastle United and Everton, both of whom dropped down the table, moved more than four places either way, while two of the three promoted clubs went straight back down.By the end of the season Rooney should have overtaken Bobby Charlton's records as record scorer for England and United. He will be more interested in whether United have regained the title from Chelsea, who led the table from the third match of last season and finished eight points clear of the previous season's champions Manchester City.
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