With the release of the 2019/20 Premier League fixtures, the fans of AFC Bournemouth arguably have the most to fear in Matchweek 1.
In Sheffield United, the Cherries are facing the team with the best opening-weekend record in Premier League history.
The Blades have never been defeated in Matchweek 1 of the Premier League, winning twice and drawing once.
But AFC Bournemouth fans will remember that they also started 2018/19 at home to a promoted club, beating Cardiff City 2-0.
One of the Blades' opening-weekend victories was a historic defeat of Manchester United in the inaugural 1992/93 Premier League season.
Brian Deane scored the competition's first ever goal in a 2-1 win at Bramall Lane.
Dean Smith's side have won nine opening matches in their 24 Premier League campaigns.
That one win, a shock success against Arsenal 4-2 at Highbury in 1992/93, could be a source of inspiration ahead of the trip to Anfield.
Norwich, Sheffield United and Villa will aim to follow Nottingham Forest, who made the best start by a promoted club.
Forest went unbeaten in their first 10 matches in 1994/95, claiming 24 points.
*After 10 matches
Wolverhampton Wanderers set a standard for them last season, finishing seventh with 57 points on their return last season and qualifying for the UEFA Europa League.
It was the highest finish and points total for a promoted team since Ipswich Town came fifth with 66 points in 2000/01.