Well, as today is the SuperCup game between Levadia and Trans, it would be about time to present this year's teams.
JK NÕMME KALJU
Finished 6th in Esiliiga last year but was the second best independent club after Sillamäe Kalev, thus got to play play-offs against Kuressaare and managed to get promoted.
Probably the most flamboyant team this season, the board would be happy with a mid-table finish, but the Brazilian coach Fredo Getulio Aurelio is targeting the title.
Compared to last season, they have 16(!) new players in the squad, including NT capped Liivo Leetma, Ingemar Teever, Aleksander Saharov, a few Brazilians and the promising Salvador Vasquez from IFK Göteborg's youth system.
JK SILLAMÄE KALEV
Another newcomer (although a founding member of the Meistriliiga).
Expecting to achieve the fourth position, minimum expectation is to stay in the top division.
JK PÄRNU VAPRUS
After some decent seasons, they are now facing real troubles and will try to hold their spot in the Meistriliiga.
JK VILJANDI TULEVIK
Tulevik has always been pretty much only a farm club and not much has changed this year. Again, many new players in their squad, don't know what to expect. I don't believe they can improve compared to last year's finish (7th).
JK TALLINNA KALEV
Surprised the nation last season, achieving the 6th place. Will be trying to do the same.