I wonder if Villas-Boas sees Drogba in the Hulk role (right-forward) in the 433 system he played at Porto, with Torres as the Falcao out-and-out striker.. that would mean a high return of goals, assists and bonus points for them throughout the season. Alternatively, he might rotate Drogba and Torres, which would screw that theory and mean spending a lot of money on inconsistent points-scorers that don't play the full ninety.
I can see Chelsea, Liverpool, Stoke, Man City, Man Utd. and Aston Villa as the major defensive points-scorers this year.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Man Utd., possibly Man City, and to a much lesser extent Spurs, will be the biggest scorers in matches. There will also be potentially one of the smaller teams, particularly one of the promoted sides - I can see Norwich or Swansea doing a Blackpool and playing similar attacking football.
Looking at the prices for players, you have Suarez and Carroll who will be absolute bargains (£9.5m, £10m). The doubt is over whether Suarez will start the first couple of league matches after going all the way in the Copa America, though, which should be considered. Downing will be getting those assists with Carroll scoring, so depending on the success of that combination it could be a MAJOR bargain at £8.5m and £10m. We'll have to watch them in preseason friendlies to see how they get on, but it has the potential to be BEASTLY for points-scoring.
Chelsea will be on the end of the biggest wins this season, methinks, as well as keeping those clean sheets: Villas-Boas is a truly exceptional manager. David Luiz is a good buy at £6.5m, he'll score as well as get points for defending.