The Premier League is BACK after 75 days away, with the most hotly anticipated title and Golden Boot race in years

After 75 long days since the end of the 2021/22 campaign, England's top flight resumes on tonight as Crystal Palace host Arsenal.

Manchester City are seeking to win a fifth Premier League title in six seasons

Nunez opened his Liverpool account in the Community Shield last weekend

Haaland will be hoping to hit the ground running for the Premier League champions

Ten Hag takes charge of his first Premier League match against Brighton on Sunday

Football fans are giddy with excitement, particularly those who have watched their team attract new star signings.

Erling Haaland, Darwin Nunez, Raheem Sterling, Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus, Kalvin Phillips, Christian Eriksen, Jesse Lingard, Julian Alvarez - the list is endless.

The only managerial change made by any of the 20 Prem clubs during the summer was Erik ten Hag replacing interim boss Ralf Rangnick at Manchester United 

- but that looks set to provide as much entertainment as any number of appointments combined.

Defending champions Manchester City kick off their title defence on Sunday away at West Ham,

 the day after last year's runners-up Liverpool travel to newly-promoted Fulham.

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