Good evening everyone! It's early August, it's Friday night, so it must be...the start of the Premier League season. Ahem. Let's ignore that ridiculousness and look forward to Arsenal v Leicester. @Ugster1 with you for it.

So, two teams that disappointed as far as the league was concerned last season. Arsenal out of the top four for the first time since Arsene Wenger was in short pants (there's an image), whilst Leicester made a bit of a pig's ear of their title defence. Both teams with plenty of prove.

Arsenal did, at least, win the FA Cup, and have had a decent pre-season. Still questions around a few players, not least Alexis Sanchez who misses out tonight, but the two arrivals have made an impression during the summer friendlies.

Right, to the teams then. Arsenal first:

Sanchez injured (politically or otherwise...), and Koscielny misses out due to suspension. Starts for Lacazette and Kolasinac, the latter already seems to be destined to be a cult hero...

Some slo-mo Sead action for you from last week...

Wears a suit well also...

To Leicester then. Here's how they line up:

No start for Iheanacho then, which isn't completely unwelcome news for the minute by minute correspondent...

And for those who can't stand having to look at two separate updates to know the line ups, and are also desperate to know who's running the line - we've got you covered: