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GAME WEEK FIVE: Who are the 17 most important players heading into the next round of Premier League fixtures?

Chelsea face toughest opening fixtures of title contenders - but what about your Premier League club?

We take a look at who faces the toughest run of games in the opening six matches

David De Gea in pre-season action for United

Premier League Power Rankings: Wayne Rooney? Petr Cech? Who are the 17 most important players heading into the new season?

It's not about who's the best, but who will influence 2015/16 the most

Newcastle United transfer news: Steve McClaren wants to 'build team around' Moussa Sissoko, hopes Fabricio Coloccini will stay

Toon boss is optimistic ahead of the new Premier League season

Chelsea will only win the Premier League once in the next 1,000 years - but England will dominate, according to Football Manager

Sheffield United and Burnley to dominate English football into 3015

Angel Di Maria to PSG: Transfer news live - Pedro to Manchester United, John Stones to Chelsea, Javier Hernandez to West Ham

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours throughout the day

Pedro has been linked with a move to Manchester United

Pedro to Manchester United: Transfer news live - Angel Di Maria to PSG, John Stones to Chelsea, £100m Gareth Bale bid

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours throughout the day

Charlie Austin

Charlie Austin to Newcastle: QPR striker 'will probably go' this summer, admits Chris Ramsey

Hoops striker has attracted the interest of Crystal Palace, Leicester and Newcastle

Premier League 2015/16 preview: Club-by-club guide to the new season

A look at what every club has done this summer and where they will end up

Angel Di Maria with Louis van Gaal

Angel Di Maria to PSG: Transfer news live - David De Gea to Real Madrid; Karim Benzema to Arsenal, John Stones to Chelsea

Follow the latest transfer news and rumours throughout the day

Raheem Sterling slips over after his first touch for City

Premier League 2015-16 preview: Brendan Rodgers, Jack Wilshere, Radamel Falcao, Ed Woodward - who’s feeling the heat?

From the manager favourite to be the first sacked to the most expensive English footballer

Premier League fixtures on TV in October and November announced by Sky Sports and BT Sport - Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs feature

Numerous major derbies have been selected, including Manchester United vs Manchester City

Pedro, Mario Balotelli, Robert Lewandowski and John Stones

Newcastle transfer news: Toon boss Steve McClaren waiting on Fabricio Coloccini's fitness before deciding his future

Toon boss rubbishes any suggestion Coloccini is soon to leave

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Charlie Austin: ‘If the move is not right, I’m not going’

After hitting 18 goals in the Premier League last season, the QPR striker was the great non-deal of transfer deadline day. But he says he'd preferred another shot at promotion
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