The Premier League season gets underway on Saturday, with champions Leicester facing Hull for the curtain-raising fixture live on Sky Sports.
The Foxes face stiff competition to hold onto their crown this year, not least from Jose Mourinho's Manchester United, who have clinched a world record deal for Paul Pogba, and Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
The Premier League is also set up for a fascinating battle at the other end of the table, with newly-promoted trio Burnley, Middlesbrough and Hull City aiming to avoid a swift return to the Championship.
From Arsenal to West Ham, click on the links below for full season previews, including five questions for every Premier League club...
It's been another slow summer for Arsenal in the transfer market, but can they mount a serious title challenge after last season's second-placed finish?
Eddie Howe's men defied the odds to beat the drop last season, now the challenge is to establish themselves in the Premier League.
Newly-promoted Burnley will have their work cut out to survive in the Premier League, but could Sean Dyche's men spring a surprise?
It's the start of a new era for Chelsea, with Antonio Conte hoping to take them back to the top after last season's 10th-placed finish.
The Eagles have made some big moves in the transfer market. Alan Pardew will be hoping for a top-half finish after they slumped to 15th in 2015/16.
Ronald Koeman has taken the reins at Goodison Park and their squad is likely to look very different by the end of the transfer window. Can they rebuild successfully?
Steve Bruce has gone and Hull are the bookmakers' favourites for relegation after a chaotic summer. Is there any hope for the Tigers?
Can Leicester do it again? They face tougher competition than ever, but it would be foolish to rule them out after their extraordinary 2015/16 campaign.
Jurgen Klopp is aiming for a top-four finish in his first full season at Anfield. Will their summer signings boost their chances?
The Pep Guardiola revolution has begun, but will his first season end with a Premier League title? It promises to be intriguing viewing.
Is Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jose Mourinho a recipe for success? United are aiming for their first Premier League title since 2012/13.
Boro have been busy in the summer transfer window, with Victor Valdes and Alvaro Negredo among the new arrivals. Can they keep clear of the drop zone?
It has been another summer of change at St Mary's, but Southampton are experts in rebuilding. Can they do it again under Claude Puel?
The Potters were ninth in 2015/16, and Mark Hughes has set his sights on another top-half finish in the new campaign.
The Black Cats have lost Sam Allardyce after he steered them to survival last season. New manager David Moyes has a big job on his hands.
The Swansea have signed Fernando Llorente to lead the line. Will the Spaniard help them achieve another safe, mid-table finish?
Mauricio Pochettino's side played some of the most exciting football in the Premier League last season. Will they be title contenders in 2016/17?
Walter Mazzarri is the new man in charge at Vicarage Road. The Italian has work to do to keep them in the Premier League.
The Baggies came 14th in 2015/16 and Tony Pulis will be eager to continue his managerial record of never having been relegated this season.
It's a big year for the Hammers as they move into the old Olympic Stadium in Stratford. Can Slaven Bilic mount another challenge for the European spots?