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Chelsea will win back-to-back EPL titles

10 August 2017

Southampton have made their first splash in the summer transfer window, luring midfielder Mario Lemina away from Italian side Juventus on a deal worth more than 18 million Euros.

No team has been able to defend their Premier League title since Manchester United in 2009, and Chelsea have a much stiffer task to claim the crown this time round.

Manchester United were beaten 2-1 by Real Madrid in the Uefa Super Cup on Tuesday night in Macedonia. The team is loaded with attacking talent, and midfielders to choose from.

The latter crucially earned United a place in the Champions League and maintained its pulling power in the transfer market.

BT Sport will bring you 42 live games over the course of the campaign as reigning champions Chelsea look to retain their title and rebuff strong challenges from the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.

For the best part of the match, Nemanja Matic was stifling Real Madrid and doing his best to offer support to players going upfront.

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And Morgan has been impressed by the 20-year-old already, saying: "He's a very, very good player. They are a very rounded team and I think they are going to go close".

"Sometimes you must accept this insane transfer market", Conte told British broadcaster Sky Sports, "and sometimes you must accept different decisions". Sometimes you must accept different decisions.

"He is in the plans of the coach and the club, and it is in his own plans and ambitions to stay there Then I won't even think about it".

"He is sensational. He is made for the Premier League".

They did fork out a significant amount of money to sign AS Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko who, from the current standpoint, remains nothing more than a more attractive name than Matic.

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So to kickstart the conversation, we've pulled in football expert Mike Tuckerman and Roar Editor Daniel Jeffrey to have their say on Chelsea's Premier League chances.

Watch The Debate every weeknight at 10pm on Sky Sports Premier League.

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The experienced they'll gain though and having the ability to hang in there and progress is the most important thing. He has to be strong but, of course, his quality is ideal for the way we want to play.

It is shocking but not surprising that Conte finds himself fighting for respect.

Brighton and Huddersfield, both playing in the top-flight for the first time in the post-1992 Premier League era, have been breaking their club transfer records.

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