Will give this a try...
1) Man City - Expect the same as last season, plus they've strengthened their squad.
2) Liverpool - Can see them finishing 2nd again, don't think they'll get as close to Man City as they did last season though.
3) Spurs - They have a much stronger midfield this season, wouldn't be surprised if they push hard for second.
4) Arsenal - Had a good window, their front three will be frightening, still not sure on their defence though.
5) Man Utd - Of course their defence looks better, their forward players need to start doing the business though.
6) Wolves - A lot will depend on their journey in the Europa League, the quality is there though so I can see them challenging the top six.
7) Leicester - A lot of pressure on Soyuncu or Benkovic to fill Maguire's role, their performances could depend on our league position.
8) Chelsea - A transfer ban and Hazard is gone, a lot of players have to step up to the plate, a similar season to 15/16 may await.
9) Everton - Spent fairly big again; however there's a lot of pressure on Kean to deliver, while Gueye could be a big miss.
10) West Ham - Like Everton there's a lot of pressure on Haller to deliver, plus many of their players need to become more consistent.
11) Watford - Very good team from midfield to attack, their defence will probably let them down though.
12) Southampton - I expect a decent improvement from Southampton, with Ings and Adams they have the firepower to do well.
13) Bournemouth - They'll probably ship plenty of goals again but they've kept hold of their big players, mid table for them.
14) Aston Villa - They've done a Fulham
the quality is there though, looking forward to seeing how McGinn and Grealish do.
15) Burnley - They'll bore us all to tears but they have enough quality to just stay up.
16) Brighton - A change of manager was needed, Trossard and Maupey on paper are decent signings, I expect them to just stay up.
17) Crystal Palace - A lot will depend on whether Zaha can be bothered or not.
18) Norwich - If last night is anything to go by they'll be exciting to watch, their defence though looks poor and they have a lot of inexperience.
19) Newcastle - Bruce has been backed but with Bruce in charge things could get messy, Newcastle fans are great but sorry, relegation.
20) Sheff Utd - If they stay up with that squad then Wilder is the best manager in the World.
POTY - Salah
Golden Boot - Kane
Best Signing - Tielemans
Worst Signing - One of Kean, Haller or Joelinton.
The fight for the top six is going to be extremely interesting.
From about 13th to 20th could literally be anything imo.