The transfer window is closing, the pre-season friendlies are coming to an end, and the heroes of this summer’s World Cup are returning to their teams. That can only mean one thing – the 2018/19 EPL season is about to start!
With less than a week to go, it’s time to weigh up the chances of the league’s big boys of winning the title this year, to bring you a special betting tips outright betting edition. We’ll go in-depth with each of last season’s top six as we ask the question, who will win the 2018/19 EPL season? Find out right here. your opinion tells us.
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MY concern is Manchester United finished runners up last season, but they were still a long way off their neighbours Manchester City. Closing the gap will be the first order of business for José Mourinho, who will also start the season without key team members such as Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba, who went deep into the World Cup. But Mourinho has been quicker to go about his business than Guardiola. Fred has been the big-name signing, though Diogo Dalot has also been brought in to support Antonio Valencia at right back. Anthony Martial could be one name leaving Old Trafford, with the forward reportedly unhappy with the lack of first team football, though Mourinho appears reluctant to sell to a Premier League rival.But there’s plenty more work to be done and rumours suggest Mourinho is desperate to add at least a couple more new names to his squad. Gareth Bale and Ivan Perišić are two names being floated, but they both seem unlikely. Despite having the league’s best defence last year, Mourinho will see it as necessary to strengthen in that area. That means first holding on to David de Gea. Despite a poor World Cup, de Gea is undoubtedly one of the world’s best goalkeepers, and has been vital for United the last two seasons. But a top-class centre-back is seen as a must. Rumours suggest Mourinho is set to make an offer for Leicester’s Harry Maguire, who impressed at the World Cup, or Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld, who fell out of favour at Tottenham last season. Either of those could partner Eric Bailly, who was out for some time through injury last year.
A poor pre-season, in which Mourinho has publicly criticised his team and stated they will be in poor shape at the start of the season, will not help the Red Devils face a somewhat tricky start to proceedings. Kicking of the season with a Friday night fixture against Leicester, United face Spurs in gameweek three. While that match is the only one against top six opposition, all of United’s opening five games have a difficulty rating of three or more. With key players absent for the first few weeks, a lot could come down to which names Mourinho can bring to Old Trafford before the transfer window closes.