Reckon Spurs could do well. Young, capable manager with a lot to prove after prior setbacks, fairly solid first team. Newcastle will either build on last season's good work or implode.
Players-wise Aguero, Welbeck (if Arsenal don't sell RVP to United), Bale. Tim Krul is a top young keeper and I fully expect him to get better. Silva and Nasri will at times be in scintillating form and at times disappear entirely for long stretches (hopefully at different stages of the season). Darren Bent will get back to scoring a baffling number of goals for a man fundamentally not very good at football.
Spurs under AVB will be very interesting. Looking forward to seeing how Villa do this season as well under Lambert, not really made that much of a dent in the transfer market. Would be amazing if Southampton do a Norwich and stay up after back to back promotions, no small feat at all that.
From a selfish point of view I'm buzzing to see how Liverpool do under BR and how we play. Particularly looking forward to seeing how Borini settles in.
From a wider perspective: Wlshere's return, Cisse's second season and Chelsea's new signings.