The Premier League roars back to life tomorrow night and the focus is firmly on who will come out on top.
After storming to the title the season before last, Liverpool offered a limp defence as they finished 17 points behind champions Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp will want to right the wrongs of 2020-21 and we assess whether the Reds have what it takes to reclaim the crown.
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba is also in the spotlight, along with the latest transfer news and an exclusive interview from the world of Formula E.
Can Liverpool challenge again?
It was not the season Liverpool fans hoped for, though Klopp's men did still manage to grab third in the league following a late revivial.
The German will be relieved to welcome back his trusted centre-back pairing of Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez, not to mention the addition of Ibrahima Konate, who will further boost an area that proved his side's downfall at times last term.
Liverpool have adequate squad depth in most areas but do they still need to find a replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum?
We answer that question and a whole lot more as Liverpool’s title credentials are put under the microscope.
What next for Pogba?
Pogba’s second coming at Manchester United has not exactly gone to plan.
The French World Cup winner has been in and out of the team since rejoining the Red Devils for £89.3million five years ago, despite his considerable talent.
He has been strongly linked with former club Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain but Pogba appears set to see out the final year of his contract at Old Trafford.
With his future beyond this term uncertain, it could be a make-or-break campaign for the 28-year-old.
The rumour mill
There is hope for Chelsea in their pusuit of Jules Kounde, with Sevilla reportedly willing to sell to the Blues for the right price.
Meanwhile, Tottenham and Aston Villa are set to go head-to-head for Southampton set-piece wizard James Ward-Prowse.
Today's Transfer Talk column focuses on all that and much more.
Di Grasse revs up for a chat
The Formula E season is days away from its deciding weekend with Mercedes driver Nyck de Vries leading the chasing pack in the driver standings.
Ahead of the final round in Berlin, Audi driver Lucas Di Grasse joins us for a chat.
Ain't no stopping him now
David Haye has announced he will return to the ring next month to teach buddy Joe Fournier a lesson or two about boxing.
The former two-weight world champ walked away from the sport three years ago after suffering back-to-back defeats to fellow Brit Tony Bellew.
But he has agreed to face Fournier in an eight-round contest at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on September 11.