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The new Premier League season got underway with a Manchester United win on Friday night. You can follow the twists and turns of the game right here with us.

Keita classy, Alisson under-worked – how Liverpool’s new boys fared 

Liverpool lay down early marker with rout of West Ham 

New season, same problems for Southampton as Burnley come away with point 

Chelsea defender Rudiger hails calm Kepa after opening win

Guardiola expects tougher test in title defence

Welbeck at the back? Emery impressed by Danny’s versatility

Wilshere a ‘special’ player who can make a difference, says Pellegrini 

Tottenham shrug off World Cup rust to win at Newcastle 

Pereyra at the double as Watford see off Seagulls 

Bournemouth begin with a win against new boys Cardiff 

Palace take their chances as Fulham come up short

Sunday, August 12

Arsenal (2) v Man City (13)

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has returned to training after a calf problem and could be fit. Sead Kolasinac (knee) and Laurent Koscielny (Achilles) are out but summer arrivals Bernd Leno, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi and Sokratis Papastathopoulos are pushing to make their debuts.

City midfielders Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling are in contention after  returning to training late following the World Cup. Playmaker David Silva could also feature after sitting out at the Community Shield and goalkeeper Ederson will return, while Riyad Mahrez could make his league debut for City.

Last season: Arsenal 0 Man City 3, Man City 3 Arsenal 1

Last five league matches: Arsenal W L W L W; Man City W W D W W

Match odds: H 14-5 D 14-5 A 10-11

Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)

Liverpool (12) v West Ham (19)

Liverpool midfielder Fabinho is a doubt, a scan on a muscle injury came back clear but he was sent home from training after feeling unwell.  Joe Gomez should be fit but Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip are out and Dejan Lovren will not be considered having only recently returned from extended leave.

Of West Ham's nine summer signings, keeper Lukasz Fabianski, full-back Ryan Fredericks, centre-half Issa Diop, midfielder Jack Wilshere and attackers  Andriy Yarmolenko and Felipe Anderson are likely starters. Winston Reid, Andy Carroll and Manuel Lanzini are out and Edimilson Fernandes is a doubt.

Last season: Liverpool 4 West Ham 1, West Ham 1 Liverpool 4

Last five league matches: Liverpool W D D L W; West Ham L L W D W

Match odds: H 2-9 D 24-5 A 12-1

Referee: Anthony Taylor (Cheshire)

Southampton (16) v Burnley (4)

Deadline-day signing Danny Ings could be set for his Southampton debut against one of his former clubs. Saints manager Mark Hughes has a fully-fit squad to select from against the Clarets after defender Cedric Soares recovered from illness.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has a decision to make in goal - new signing Joe Hart made his debut in the Europa League draw in Istanbul but Tom Heaton has recovered from a calf injury. Striker Chris Wood may return after an infected  insect bite but Robbie Brady and Steven Defour remain sidelined.

Last season: Burnley 1 Southampton 1, Southampton 0 Burnley 1

Last five league matches: Southampton D W D W L; Burnley L D D L L

Match odds: H 17-20 D 23-10 A 7-2

Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)

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