The great start is upon us again and those experts in the world of television and the press have been busy telling us how it all ends, even before it has started! As usual, the fixed fees in focus have been linked through their e-zine service Tipped at the Post.

In the Premier League, although Liverpool have spent a lot, they are still not there and consequently they are unlikely to make it to Man Utd and Chelsea again. The Blues will be eager to regain their crown, but United still appears to have the advantage. Perhaps Arsenal is one season away from being a true challenger again; However, in Van Persie they have a player capable of running for their money with players like Rooney, Ronaldo, Gerrard and Drogba, compared to the player of the season. The Spurs are closing in on the big 4, but they are not close enough yet and they are more likely to be fighting for UEFA spots with Portsmouth, Villa, West Ham and Newcastle.

The likes of Reading, Everton, Sunderland and, perhaps surprisingly, Derby, can achieve table finishes. Most people will have the Rams as certainties to instantly return to the Championship, but at Billy Davies they have a talented manager capable of keeping their heads above water. At the bottom, Blackburn and Man City can simply stay out of trouble; with the rest in a real battle. Wigan has signed many players, but many of them have a lot to prove and Middlesbrough, with some uninspiring signings, could join them in the last two. Of the remaining 3 teams, Bolton could struggle to face Allardyce and sneak to the death, leaving Birmingham and Fulham giving great sighs of relief.

Charlton, with a good coach and a lot of cash, is more than capable of jumping directly from the Championship and taking Wolves with them. Last season will have been a good experience for the country's black outfit. Sheff U has an impressive line of attack, but defense is a concern and the play-off is a more likely option alongside Watford, Cardiff and one from Norwich, Coventry and Southampton. West Brom may well suffer a Wembley crash and simply get lost. Mid-table is probably the best Wednesday in Sheffield, Ipswich and Palace; with Leicester, Hull and QPR improving in the last quarter, but not significantly. Colchester did remarkably well in his first year, but the second time around is likely to be much more difficult for him and Preston will likely suffer the loss of David Nugent. Bristol City and Blackpool are more than capable of consolidating, but the others seem vulnerable. Barnsley can survive, as can Plymouth; leaving Stoke Burnley and Scunthorpe battling the fall.

In League One, Forest is everyone's advice for promotion, but they seem destined to get lost again. They have brought Neil Lennon, but it is a very difficult division and you have to ask about his legs. Doncaster and Millwall are in the Post's two posts for automatic promotion. The Yorkshire club is very ambitious and James Hayter is a crack signing at that level. The Lions youth team finished well and Willie Donachie will hit them. Huddersfield, Oldham and Luton are brought to fill the play-off spots with Forest; just ahead of Carlisle, Swansea, Yeovil and Southend. Bristol Rovers may have a brighter season than many suggest, as do Hartlepool and Walsall, all three together. Brighton, Tranmere, Crewe and Port Vale seem prepared for quite boring seasons; and Gillingham and Leyton Orient appear to be the bottom half of the material. Leeds needs some luck with their appeal against the 15-point penalty, otherwise they could pass directly. Swindon can keep up at his expense, but Bournemouth, Northampton and Cheltenham seek to have it all to prevent the fall,

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