The 2023/24 Premier League is almost upon as Manchester City look for a record-breaking fourth straight title.
There are a host of potential challengers including last season's nearly men Arsenal, a new-look Liverpool and a resurgent Manchester United, not to mention Chelsea and Tottenham reinvigorated with new managers.
The reality for a lot of these sides, however, is that a place in the top four would be a successful season, with six teams fighting for three places with an Erling Haaland-led City 1/20 to finish in the top four.
It's hard to look past Haaland claiming a second consecutive Golden Boot as long as he stays fit, with the Norwegian 8/13 for top goalscorer, and a market being offered without the striker, headed by Harry Kane (9/2) and Mohamed Salah (5/1).
With Newcastle's addition to the 'big six', it's made European places even harder to reach, but Brighton's terrific campaign - not to mention Aston Villa's surge up the table in the second half of the season - gives plenty of optimism for those looking to crack the top six.
At the other end of the table, new boys Burnley, Sheffield United and Luton will all be looking to stay clear of the drop zone, while the likes of Wolves, Everton, Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth and Fulham look to keep their head above water.
Our panel of Sam Matterface, James Allcott, Charlotte Duncker and Steve Freeth discuss all of the above and plenty more in our 2023/24 Premier League preview show.