The English Premier League springs back into action today Friday, July 5 after a two months summer break.
The curtain raiser match will feature Mikel Arteta's Arsenal against Patrick Viera's Crystal Place.
The above match is one of the trickiest EPL match to predict but The Gunners might have been handed a boost after the confirmed return of two key defenders. Crystal Palace might miss q piece after an important duo is expected to miss the opening match.
According to a report by Arsenal News P. Tierney and Tomiyasu took part in the training and are expected to feature to offer boost to Arsenal's back four.
In another post, the club also confirmed that Patrice Viera's side will be missing two key players, Olise and McArthur.
The second day will feature Fulham at home against Liverpool with Chelsea playing against Everton. Manchester City will be searching for their first win against Westham on Sunday while United will be looking to turn things around against Brighton on Monday night.
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