Just 48 days after the 2019/2020 Premier League season concluded, it's time to do it all again as the 2020/21 season gets underway this weekend.
It's a later-than-usual start to the Premier League, owing to the extended season caused by the coronavirus pandemic last time out. Still, better late than never and while fans will remain excluded from stadiums (for now), there's plenty to get the football-loving couch potatoes excited over the coming days.
The Premier League announced earlier this week that every game throughout September will be broadcast live, meaning you won't miss a minute of action, as long as you've got the channels of course.
It all gets underway tomorrow afternoon when newly-promoted Fulham host a resurgent Arsenal in a London derby before the highly-anticipated clash between Liverpool and Leeds United. Jurgen Klopp's Premier League champions will be looking to maintain their relentless form from last season which, erm, relented slightly once they secured their first league title in 30 years.
Leeds, meanwhile, will have all eyes on them as legendary gaffer Marcelo Bielsa takes them into the first Premier League campaign in 17 years. Will the Championship champions do a Sheffield United and challenge for Europe or will they be more like an Aston Villa who only secured their Premier League safety on the final day of last season?
The clash between the Reds and the Whites is undoubtedly the highlight of the weekend but Tottenham Hotspur against Everton should be a decent watch, with Spurs set to give Dubliner Matt Doherty his debut for the club.
Following their exploits in the latter stages of European competition, the two Manchester clubs are being given the weekend off but there are still eight Premier League games to keep you glued to the telly this weekend and you can view the full schedule below....
Saturday, September 12
Fulham v Arsenal - 12.30pm, BT Sport 1
Crystal Palace v Southampton - 3pm, BT Sport 1
Liverpool v Leeds United - 5.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
West Ham United v Newcastle United - 8pm, Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Sunday, September 13
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City - 2pm, Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Tottenham Hotspur v Everton - 4.30pm, Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Monday, September 14
Sheffield United v Wolverhampton Wanderers - 6pm, Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event
Brighton & Hove Albion v Chelsea - 8.15pm, Sky Sports Premier League/Main Event