Europa League winners Chelsea narrowly missed out on second place, but their season will be remembered for the decision to hire interim manager Rafael Benitez. A return for Jose Mourinho will be cause for celebration among Blues fans.
West Brom finished Steve Clarke's first managerial campaign in eighth place and can look forward to another year of mid-table anonymity, while dreaming of an unlikely Romelu Lukaku return.
Michael Laudrup evolved the Swansea blueprint last season by increasing the tempo of their passing and was rewarded with League Cup success. His smart acquisitions in the transfer market, including a certain Michu, also helped.
Stoke and their fans finally had enough of Tony Pulis' agricultural style and Mark Hughes has been charged with revamping a Potters side that almost slipped into the relegation battle last season.
After securing their place in the top flight for another year, Aston Villa can look back on last season as something to build on. Villa are young, enthusiastic and very, very quick.
Southampton won many admirers last season with their attacking football and the Saints should continue to improve this time around after more shrewd moves in the market.
Gareth Bale led Tottenham's assault on the Champions League places last term, racking up the Fantasy League points in the process, and their chances depend on the Welsh wonder this season too.
Manchester United stormed to their 20th title last season after signing Robin van Persie, but can they maintain their dominance with David Moyes at the helm following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement?
It’s award season at Fantasy League and this week we’re announcing the best players per position from the 2012/13 Premier League season.
It’s award season at Fantasy League and this week we’re announcing our 2012/13 Team of the Season - how many of your players made it?
Belgian powerhouse Romelu Lukaku scored nine points from the final weekend of the Premier League season following a thrilling 5-5 draw with Manchester United. The on-loan West Brom striker came off the bench and led his side to an amazing comeback.
Sir Alex Ferguson leads out Manchester United for the final time on Sunday, and Arsenal are in the driving seat in the race for fourth place going into the final day of the season.