Premier League football returns on September 12 as the 2020/21 season kicks off.
Following an extraordinary 2019/20 campaign - which was brought to a shuddering halt due to the coronavirus pandemic before being completed behind closed doors - clubs and their supporters will be hoping that fans can gradually be let back into stadiums.
The new season will be a big one for Liverpool, who are looking to defend the title they won at a canter - but the likes of Manchester City, Man United, Chelsea, Leicester City and possibly Arsenal will all be in pursuit.
There are three new arrivals following the relegation of Bournemouth, Norwich City and Watford, with Championship winners Leeds United joined by West Brom and play-off winners Fulham.
With fixtures due to kick off on September 12, here is how the table looks in all its neutral glory.
Premier League table 2020/21
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