Two of the biggest leagues in Europe are yet to kick off, and speculation is at typical August fever pitch in both countries. wants to know who you think will end the 2008/09 campaign on top of the Italian Serie A and Spanish La Liga podiums?

Inter Milan will once again start as favourites, but will the team adapt to the ideas of new coach Jose Mourinho? The Nerazzurri's arch-rivals AC Milan have brought in a big name in Ronaldinho, but does their vastly experienced squad have what it takes to return to the top? Will the additional presence of Amauri and Sebastian Giovinco help Juventus add to their record 27 titles, or can Julio Baptista and Francesco Totti help last season's runners-up Roma go one better?
Over in Spain, most eyes will inevitably be on the big two, Real Madrid and Barcelona. Bernd Schuster's champions were mightily impressive last term, and they have added Ruben de la Red and Rafael van der Vaart to their squad.

Pep Guardiola nevertheless has reason to be confident. His Barcelona side have signed Daniel Alves and Seydou Keita, Bojan Krkic recharged his batteries over the summer, and Lionel Messi and Samuel Eto'o are both free from injury. Perhaps you feel Villarreal or Atletico Madrid can end the four-year dominance Real and Barça have shared? 

Whoever you think will reign in Serie A and La Liga, be sure to let fans from across the world know. Click 'Add your comment' below to enter the debate, remembering to keep your comments clean, respectful and in English.