We look at the new things to keep an eye out for in the Premier League in 2021/22.
There will be four men on the touchline of a Premier League match for the first time in 2021/22. One will be familiar to fans, while the other three less so.
Arsenal's legendary captain Patrick Vieira has replaced Roy Hodgson at Crystal Palace having been coach of New York City in MLS and then Nice in his native France. He gets off to a tough start with a trip across London to Chelsea on Saturday.
Bruno Lage takes over from his Portuguese compatriot Nuno Espirito Santo at Wolverhampton Wanderers, having enjoyed success with Benfica. Lage will make his Premier League bow at Leicester City on the opening weekend.
The other two new men both have experience of managing in England after steering their teams to promotion from the Championship.
Part 1: VAR implementations
Part 2: Handball law
Part 3: Brentford to make debut
Part 4: Brentford add 60th stadium
Part 5: Match officials
Part 6: Nike Flight ball
Part 7: FPL League Cup
Part 8: Zambia can join scoring nations
Part 10: Match Insights—Powered by Oracle Cloud