After the international break itÂ’s back to the bread and butter of Premier League football.
Manchester City will want to show their new boss they can win away but face a tough task against a Stoke City side buoyed by a fabulous win at West Ham last time out.
Former Eagle WilfriedZaha could feature as Manchester Utd should show the gulf in class between themselves and Crystal Palace in the early kick off at Selhurst Park.
ItÂ’s time for Sunderland to roll up their sleeves but they could have a torrid time with Arsenal brightening up the Stadium of Light.
Spurs have a United Nations squad of players and theyÂ’ll answer the call to arms at home to Norwich City.
Aston Villa bring Newcastle United to Villa Park Â– Cardiff City make the trip to Hull City Â– itÂ’s Fulham against West Brom at Craven Cottage and Chelsea are at Goodison Park to play Everton in the 5.30 kick off.
Celtic have an early start in the Scottish Premiership as the Bhoys go to Hearts for a 12.30 start.
While Pat FenlonÂ’s Hibs are at St Johnstone.