Mohamed Salah helped Liverpool make history last season with their first Premier League title, and he can now write his own name into the record books on the opening weekend of the 2020/21 campaign.
The Egyptian can become the first Reds player to score in four successive Matchweek 1 fixtures, and only the second Premier League player overall, matching Teddy Sheringham's feat between 1992/93 and 1995/96.
For more on this and all the must-know stats for Matchweek 1, read on. To check out the head-to-head records, click on the fixtures.
Aleksandar Mitrovic has scored 49 league goals for Fulham since his debut in February 2018, with 11 coming in the Premier League in 2018/19. In that time only Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (54), Salah (54) and Jamie Vardy (50) have scored more in England’s top four tiers.
Southampton have won their last three Premier League visits to Crystal Palace without conceding a single goal. Saints have never won four consecutive top-flight away matches against an opponent.
Salah can become the second player to score on the opening day in four consecutive Premier League seasons, after Sheringham, who achieved this feat between 1992/93 and 1995/96. No Liverpool player has ever reached four in a row in the club's league history.
West Ham United have scored at least twice in their last five Premier League matches against Newcastle United. Only against Blackburn Rovers have they had a longer such run, with a seven-match sequence ending in March 2007.
Leicester City's Vardy has scored in all four of his Premier League away appearances against West Bromwich Albion. He can now match the competition record held by Ruud van Nistelrooy, who netted in all five of his away matches for Manchester United at Newcastle United.
Jose Mourinho has overseen more opening-round fixtures while remaining unbeaten than any other manager in Premier League history, having won nine and drawn the other one of his 10 such contests.
Chelsea are unbeaten against Brighton & Hove Albion in league competition, winning nine matches and drawing the other. They have faced the Seagulls more times without ever losing than against any other side in their league history.
Sheffield United are yet to lose on the opening day of a Premier League season, winning two and drawing two, while Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking to avoid losing consecutive league matches against the Blades for the first time since September 1996.