Manchester United face QPR this afternoon and are expected to have plenty of their debutants in action. Marcos Rojo has received a work permit so can play for the first time against the London club. Then there is Daley Blind. The solid utility man arrived for £13.8 million from Ajax on Deadline Day and is also all set to feature.
What about Radamel Falcao?
Louis van Gaal has admitted that he is not yet sure if Falcao will play. He told the media in the week that it would be a 'surprise' if he featured or not.
One person very keen to see him in action is a former Manchester United player and coach. Phil Neville played almost 400 games for the club between 1994 and 2005.
He also acted as a coach at the club last season, working under his former Everton boss avid Moyes.
And he cannot wait to see him in action, posting this on Twitter: