SkySports pundit duo Gary Neville and Jamie Redknapp have given their top four predictions ahead of the 2016/17 season kick off, with differing results.
Quizzed on the SkySports website, The pair disagree over which Manchester team will win the league, and also have contrasting views over which North London side will crack the top four.
Neville's top four is Manchester United, followed by Arsenal in second, with Manchester City third and Liverpool fourth - a call which may surprise many given his storied history against the Reds.
He joked: "If anybody is reading this and thinks I know what I'm talking about, then I need to make it clear that I really don't have a clue."
This comment may come as pleasing to Tottenham and Chelsea fans who were not selected by Neville in his top four, but only one of those sides featured in Jamie Redknapp's selections, with Arsenal falling out.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger before the match
Redknapp picked Manchester City as his predicted title winners, and Manchester United in second place. They were followed by Tottenham in third and Liverpool in fourth.
He said: "I have gone with those four and it means Arsenal and Chelsea miss out. There are seven contenders if you throw Leicester in, who did an amazing job last year. This is going to be a difficult year to win the title."
Leicester City's Danny Drinkwater, Jamie Vardy and Robert Huth with the trophy on the bus during the parade