Fans awaiting the start of the 2018/19 season will hope the opening matches will provide the same fireworks as last season.
That's because 2017/18 started in record style.
With seven goals, the opening match where Arsenal beat Leicester City 4-3 was the joint-highest scoring Matchweek 1 fixture in Premier League history.
The excitement didn't let up.
That Friday-night match was followed by a six-goal thriller in Saturday's early kick-off, as Mohamed Salah got the first of his record 32 goals in a 3-3 draw between Watford and Liverpool.
With Burnley stunning champions Chelsea 3-2 at home and Manchester United putting four past West Ham United, 31 goals in total were scored over the opening weekend.
It put 2017/18 among the top five for most goals scored in Matchweek 1, five behind the record total of 36 in 2003/04.
With the final day of last season also producing 31 goals, here's hoping the 20 clubs can carry on where 2017/18 left off.
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Part 1: The impossible job: Compiling the fixture list
Part 2: How the Premier League fixture list is compiled
Part 4: Arsenal the place for goals on opening day
Part 5: Who can match Ravanelli's dream debut?
Part 6: Can debutant managers start with a bang?
Part 7: Man Utd kings of the opening weekend
Part 8: Aguero eyes record for opening weekends
Part 9: Mourinho points the way for managers on opening day