17/08/2012 10:59 | By Mike Robinson, contributor, MSN Sport
Premier League 2012/13 season preview

A club-by-club guide to the 2012/13 campaign

Premier League 2012/13 season preview (© PA Wire-AP Photo)
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Can Manchester City defend their Premier League title? Will Manchester United's re-tooled strike force wrest title supremacy back? How well will the promoted sides perform and which teams will lose the fight for top flight survival?

We present our club-by-club guide to the 2012/13 Premier League season.


of course they will liverpool will play better than they did last season.ynwa and jft96

18/08/2012 22:19
I think it is to early to start talking about relegation, they did ok for the first half and things only went down bank when Agger was sent off. WBA have got a good squad and nothing to loose. First games are always difficult as no one wants to loose and the time to worry is if we are still at the bottom come Christmas.We have a good squad that need to gel and maybe a few more signings in the next few weeks and you will see a different Liverpool. Liverpool will be in Europe next season and have a good FA cup run.
18/08/2012 16:20
wont happen mr hannen two different styles and it will unbalance the team, you needed midfielders nit strikers
18/08/2012 16:28
sarah,,,,,,,,,,, this will be a season of struggle, brendan has unbalanced the team and i cant see us winning a game in the the first 6 matches and i doubt we will come near today at west brom, this manager is a nono,  i fraid to say we could be fighting relegation at season end
17/08/2012 18:17
man utd are definetely  going to win the prem with rvp
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