City were irresistible in their record-setting title run last year.
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Ahead of the season opener Friday, The Daily Star makes its annual predictions for the greatest league in world football.Last season proved little more than a procession for Guardiola's rampant men and, despite treating us to some of the most scintillating football the Premier League has seen, it can't compare to the raw emotion that only a fierce title race can evoke.The Brazilian No. 1 is top-notch shot-stopper, while his proficiency with his feet will help Liverpool initiate attacks even earlier, and from further back.His ability to sweep up from an advanced starting position could see Liverpool pressing even higher up the field, with the backline a few yards forward than last season.Alisson fits the current Liverpool mold, as do the other summer signings, and owners Fenway Sports Group's financial backing has fans dreaming of an end to the 28-year league drought. Liverpool will push City in a two-horse race this season, but fall just short in the end.Tottenham's move to a new stadium – their third in as many seasons after playing in Wembley this past year – could prove to be an issue for a team that dropped only four points at home in their last season playing at White Hart Lane.
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