The big day is finally upon us as the Premier League roars back into action.
All 20 teams will be hoping to start the 2021-22 campaign with a positive result and Joleon Lescott is on hand to talk us through the opening set of fixtures.
Brentford and Arsenal, who kick things off tonight, are in the spotlight on a jam-packed day of content on LiveScore.
Along with details of our More Than A Score advertising campaign featuring Cristiano Ronaldo, there is plenty to get stuck into.
After offering expert insight throughout Euro 2020, Lescott is back for his first Premier League season as a LiveScore columnist.
In addition to turning the spotlight on his former club Manchester City, the ex-England defender runs the rule over what we can expect from Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea.
He also predicts whether each of the 10 games this weekend will be a home win, draw or away win — but will you agree with our pundit?
Let battle commence
If that was not enough to get you in the mood for some cracking matches, our Premier League preview is available to whet your appetite.
Mouth-watering clashes are on the menu as United renew their rivalry with Leeds and Chelsea host Crystal Palace in a London derby, while £100million man Jack Grealish will be the name on everyone's lips as City head to Tottenham.
You can also enjoy our LaLiga and Bundesliga match guides as Europe's top divisions return to action.
More Than A Score
The star of our More Than A Score TV advert is none other Portuguese great Ronaldo.
He has already premiered the minute-long commercial on his social media channels to more than half a billion fans.
The ad highlights how sport can transcend far beyond those celebrating in the stadium — and fans in the UK will be able to enjoy it during live matches this season.
Read all about the new campaign by clicking the link below.
Bees and Lacazette in focus
Newcomers Brentford host Mikel Arteta's Gunners later in what promises to be an action-packed affair.
The Bees are favourites for an immediate return to the Championship but Thomas Frank’s exciting side will not go down without a fight.
We also turn the spotlight on Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, whose future remains uncertain as he enters the final year of his contract.
Should the Gunners cash in on their No9 or is he still exactly what they need?
Di Grassi revs up for a chat
The Formula E season has provided plenty of thrills and spills so far.
Mercedes driver Nyck de Vries leads the way in the driver standings but Lucas di Grassi is determined to end his campaign on a high.
Ahead of the final round in Berlin, the Audi driver joins us for an exclusive chat.