The Premier League season will get under way today as new Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal makes his first appearance in English football's top-flight.
Manchester United will start new season under a new manager for the second year in row when they take on Swansea City at Old Trafford in the early kick off on Saturday.
Manchester City will begin the defence of their title tomorrow when they face Newcastle United.
Arsenal will look to build on May's FA Cup triumph with a win against Crystal Palace, who are without a manager following Tony Pulis's departure.
Liverpool will open their season against Southampton as they launch another bid for the title, but will do so without Luis Suarez after selling the Uruguayan to Barcelona for £75 million.
Title favourites Chelsea face newly-promoted Burnley at Turf Moor on Monday.
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