The Premier League is set to return this weekend for another season full of shocks and surprises.
Manchester City will defend their league title and bid to win three in a row for the first time in their history, meanwhile newly promoted Bournemouth, Fulham and Nottingham Forest will bid to avoid an immediate return to the Championship. In addition to new teams and signings, a host of rule changes have been introduced ahead of the new season getting underway on Friday night.
With that in mind, here Daily Star Sport runs through seven rule changes that fans should be aware of this season.
Although clubs were allowed to make five substitutions per match during Project Restart two seasons ago, the rules were reverted back to normal last season, with three changes allowed.
However, several managers complained throughout the season about not being able to make more changes during matches and as a result five changes have been re-introduced for the upcoming campaign.