The 2022/23 Premier League season kicks off on Friday 5th August and we've prepared in-depth team-by-team guides for all 20 teams involved.
With the unique timing of the World Cup taking place in Qatar in November and December, it promises to be a fascinating campaign.
After duelling it out last season, Manchester City and Liverpool have both made additions in attack, with Erling Haaland joining the Citizens and Darwin Nunez heading to Anfield to fill the gap left by the departure of Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich.
While both clubs have lost important players, Haaland, 11/4 to be the division's top goalscorer, and 12/1 Nunez are only likely to improve offensive units who notched 99 and 94 goals, respectively, last term.
England Premier League 2022/23
|When||5th August 2022 - 28th May 2023|
|How to watch|
Selected matches on Sky, BT Sport and Amazon Prime
|Odds||Manchester City 4/7, Liverpool 2/1, Tottenham 14/1, Chelsea 16/1, Manchester United 33/1|
Chelsea finished third and while they've lost some big names, they also look to have recruited well, with Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly both joining the Blues.
North London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal have also built on what they had last season, placing extra pressure on new boss Erik ten Hag to pilot Manchester United back into the top four at 7/4.
At the other end of the table, Fulham will be looking to avoid relegation, having succumbed to the drop in each of their last three top-flight campaigns.
The Cottagers are 4/7 not to be relegated, while former boss Scott Parker and his Bournemouth side are 7/4 to stay up.
The third team to gain promotion from the Championship last term was Nottingham Forest, who ended a 23-year wait to bring Premier League football back to the banks of the Trent by winning May's play-off final.
Few can question their ambition, with a large number of players already added to Steve Cooper's squad and Forest are 4/1 to win their opening fixture at Newcastle United.
Speaking of the Magpies, will they be able to continue their improvement under Eddie Howe? After eventually finishing last season 11th, they are 9/4 to make the top six, with last year's seventh-placed side West Ham 4/1.
Leicester City will be looking to recover from a tough time last term and are 5/1 to secure a top-six finish, while Aston Villa look to have done some really shrewd business.
Steven Gerrard barely hid his frustration at the Villans' stuttering end to the 2021/22 campaign, but has been backed in the market ahead of his first full season in the West Midlands.
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Brighton are always a bit of a mystery club - can they sign the striker to take them to the next level and a top-six place at 7/1? Or will Graham Potter be happy to rotate his attacking stars in a bid to buck the trend?
Leeds United have a different look to them, with Jesse Marsch happy to splash the cash brought in by the sales of Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha and his team are 9/2 to avoid another relegation battle and finish in the top half.
Wolves, Everton and Southampton will also have similar aspirations after inconsistent campaigns last term, while Thomas Frank will be desperate to show his Brentford side aren't a flash in the pan.
The Bees have lost Christian Eriksen, but added defensive experience in former Burnley captain Ben Mee.
So as you can see, there are questions hanging over each and every club ahead of the 2022/23 season and there is sure to be plenty of drama and suspense across what should be a thrilling campaign.