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Two new Premier League guys are in action this afternoon, while Fulham hosts Crystal Palace and Cardiff heads to Bournemouth.
There is also a new name in the dugout, with Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri taking charge of his first division game as head of the Blues at Huddersfield.
Watford receives Brighton on the other kick-off at 3:00 p.m.
Fighting to get out of the Sky Bet Championship was quite difficult, but Cardiff and Fulham they will have to elevate their game to another level when they face the elite.
Both have reinforced their squads, and should expect to do it again in January, but regardless of the next 38 games, you can bet that fans can not wait for kickoff.
Fulham has spent a lot, but will they be able to see the experienced boss Roy Hodgson & # 39; s Palace?
He did wonders last season keeping the Eagles in the top flight and will be eager to take advantage of that success this time.
Bournemouth is also an experienced activist on this level, and will not make things easy for Neil Warnock's Cardiff.
Sarri did not have the best start last week, as Chelsea City was easily discarded by Chelsea Community in Community Shield.
His team is favorite to beat Huddersfield at John Smith's Stadium, but the Terriers will be fresh in memory of the 1-1 draw against the Blues at Stamford Bridge last season that ensured their safety in the Premier League.
Also in action are Watford and Brighton with Chris Hughton and Javi Grace chasing a winning start in the campaign.
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