The Premier League returns for the first time since the transfer window closed and that means a first chance for new signings to make their debuts for their new clubs.
Here are five debuts to keep an eye on.
Mesut Ozil – Arsenal
Ozil is likely to go straight into the startling line-up for the match against Sunderland.
It will be tough for him considering the injuries Arsenal currently have in wide areas, which will change the normal look of the midfield.
If he can get anywhere near the passing stats he produced during the international break with Germany then he’ll have played a big part in helping Arsenal to a win.
He is likely to feature at some point during Monday’s game against Swansea City if he doesn’t start.
It could be setup perfectly for him to come off the bench in the last third of the game, with every chance he could go and bag a winner to cap a successful start to his Liverpool career.
Manchester United’s newest signing should start the home match against Crystal Palace.
It’s unclear how he will play but if he’s in behind Robin van Persie and bags a goal or plays in front of the back four and United keep a clean sheet that’s all he can hope for.
Considering the calibre of midfielders United missed out on over the summer, he may also feel he has a point to prove to critics of his move.
Tottenham’s new forward thinking midfielder could start just in behind a main striker, with Andre Villas-Boas seeking a little more creativity from his midfield after playing three very similar midfield players in the defeat at Arsenal.
If the Dane produces a man of the match performance, it will make his £11.5 million move from Ajax seem like even more of a bargain.
Barry signed for Everton on loan and has one of the most daunting potential debuts of the weekend with Chelsea the visitors to Goodison Park.
Barry is likely to sit in the middle of Everton’s side, pulling the strings and linking both the defence and attack with the midfield.
If Everton produce one of their best performances in living memory, there is a very good chance that Barry will be right at the heart of it and as Chelsea are the visitors, that could well turn out to be the best debut of the weekend.
Who do you think will have the best debut?
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