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Former Liverpool Ladies and Everton Ladies goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis: Liverpool are rebuilding and that is going to take another couple of years because it is harder to attract the top players when you do not have Champions League football. Chelsea still the best - Gullit BBC Radio 5 live football correspondent John Murray: Chelsea still have the best squad and certainly have the best defence. If they aren't, I don't think City have a good enough squad to win the league.

Trevor Sinclair: There are question marks over the manager Manuel Pellegrini too. I had a big interview with Arsene Wenger before last season's FA Cup final and I am a believer. You can listen to Ian - and all the Premier League goals as they go in around the grounds - every Saturday afternoon on BBC Radio 5 live.