Premier League fixtures: Arsenal play managerless Crystal Palace while champions Manchester City travel to Newcastle
It all kicks off again tomorrow
The Premier League season starts again this weekend, kicking off with Louis van Gaal's Manchester United against Swansea at Old Trafford tomorrow lunch-time.
Elsewhere, Premier League champions Manchester City make the trip to Newcastle United on Sunday afternoon.
Arsenal, who have not won their opening league match of the season since beating Everton 6-1 in 2009, face managerless Crystal Palace at home. Caretaker boss Keith Millen takes charge of Palace after Tony Pulis left by mutual consent just 48 hours before the game.
Jose Mourinho's Chelsea - the bookies' favourite to win the title - wait until Monday night when they play newly promoted Burnley at Turf Moor.
Premier League fixtures
Man Utd v Swansea (12.45pm)
Leicester v Everton (3pm)
QPR v Hull (3pm)
Stoke v Aston Villa (3pm)
West Brom v Sunderland (3pm)
West Ham v Tottenham (3pm)
Arsenal v Crystal Palace (5.30pm)
Liverpool v Southampton (1.30pm)
Newcastle v Man City (4pm)
Burnley v Chelsea (8pm)
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