The Premier League kicks off on Saturday with the London Derby clash between hosts Crystal Palace and Arsenal at Selhurst Park.
The game will be on BT Sports at 12:30pm local time with the studio set to open 30 minutes earlier.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has had to deal with a lot of injuries in the past weeks and that will continue into the Arsenal game.
He could be without up to a dozen players for the league clash with the Gunners though the former England national team manager has a recent good record against the team from North London.
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Crystal Palace are unbeaten in their last three meetings against Arsenal and both teams played out a 2-2 draw in the reverse fixture earlier this season.
The Eagles had to come from two goals down to secure a point.
Arsenal are becoming a different proposition under new manager Mikel Arteta within a short space of time.
The Spaniard has led the Gunners to two straight wins in all competitions for the first time since October and he could mastermind two consecutive league wins for the first time since August.
Arsenal have not won two games in a row in the Premier League since the opening two league fixtures of the season.