Juventus won the Scudetto last season by nine points, with Napoli their closest rival finishing runner-up.
I sense that the Bianconeri could win the league by an even bigger margin though.
The Partenopei have done some excellent business in the transfer market, but they cannot be considered stronger than last season when they have lost their talismanic striker Edinson Cavani.
El Matador was the league's top scorer last year, with 29 goals, which will be extremely tough to replicate for Higuain.
Juve have addressed their attacking weakness and now have Tevez and Fernando Llorente, both of whom will surely surpass last year's top goalscorer in Mirko Vucinic, who hit the back of the net 10 times.
The Montenegrin will probably beat last year's total himself, especially with the increased pressure due to the fierce competition.
Juve have not lost any players that will cause them to be weaker and even added extra strength in depth in the formidable defence, capturing Angelo Ogbonna from Torino.
The team is settled and with Milan 15 points off the pace last season, asking the Rossoneri to make up six points on the champions is simply too much to ask.
Fiorentina represent a dark horse in the title race, but having been 17 points off the pace last season, I don't see how they will be able to bridge a gap of more than eight points, especially after Stevan Jovetic and Adem Ljajic's departures.
So it points to the Old Lady strolling home to a third successive scudetto by a margin of 10 points or more.