The Champions League returns this week and there is plenty of Premier League interest, with five English sides competing in the group stage of the competition.
Both Manchester clubs, as well as Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham, are set to get their campaigns under way and they all have winnable fixtures first up.
Tottenham have the toughest task, welcoming Borussia Dortmund to Wembley as they tackle their awful European record at the national stadium, but a clean sweep is certainly possible.
Jose Mourinho will revel in leading United back into the Champions League after last season's Europa League triumph and Basel's visit to Old Trafford should give them all three points in Group A. Basel are winless in their last eight Champions League games, although they famously beat United back in 2011.
A similarly straightforward task awaits Chelsea, who have one of the toughest draws in the group stage as they face Roma and Atletico Madrid. But Azerbaijani champions Qarabag are up first at Stamford Bridge and ought to pose few problems for Antonio Conte's side.
Manchester City disappointed in last season's Champions League and Pep Guardiola will be under pressure to deliver an improved performance this time out. A trip to Feyenoord of the Eredivisie is not too daunting for their first Group F game. Feyenoord have suffered seven straight Champions League losses.
A play-off victory against Hoffenheim earned Liverpool a place in Group E and their toughest opponents on paper, Sevilla, visit Anfield on Wednesday. The Liga side will put up a tough fight for the Reds, but Jurgen Klopp's men ought to get revenge for their defeat in the 2015 Europa League final.
The biggest doubt in the all-English five-fold is over Tottenham's home game against injury-hit Borussia Dortmund, especially as Dele Alli serves a suspension. Mauricio Pochettino's men need to put their Wembley problems behind them and this could be the ideal opportunity.
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