What to watch: Training sessions on the roads.
A mix of football, tennis and other sports that require fast, explosive movements.
What to wear: shorts and shorts-type tops.
When to watch it: In the evenings and weekends, when the temperatures are warm.
Where to watch the match: The Emirates, in the north of the country, where the first-round clash between Leicester City and Manchester United took place on Tuesday.
Who to watch out for: This is the first game of the season, so the weather will play a part.
There’s been rain in the past, and there will be more this time around.
Who is your pick?
Man City: Pep Guardiola, Manchester City manager, won the Champions League and the FA Cup with the Catalans in the 2010-11 season, but this is his first major trophy.
His players will be tested with the likes of Diego Costa, Kompany and Fernandinho, while he’s also missing the likes, in particular Fernandinho and Kompan, of Mesut Ozil and Leroy Sane.
Arsenal: Arsene Wenger’s side won the Premier League title last season with a second-placed finish, and he’s a proven winner with his side, with a Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup.
Arsenal have been a strong team for years, but it’s important that they avoid injuries.
They’re also missing Mesut Özil and Lukas Podolski, while Theo Walcott, Aaron Ramsey and Kieran Gibbs are all out with injuries.
Chelsea: Mourinho won the Blues their first Premier League crown in five years in 2017-18.
But the club have been under heavy criticism, and they missed out on qualification for the Champions of Europe.
The club have also been plagued by injuries this season.
Mourinho will be without Costa, with Ivanovic and Ivanovic-Kaka, and Fabregas is suspended for three months.
Who’s your pick?: Chelsea have lost seven of their last eight Premier League games.
Who are your picks?: Chelsea’s title defence is in doubt.
Chelsea have won five of their six Premier League matches in the last six months, but have lost four of their seven Premier League home matches.
Who should be your pick for the FA’s top manager award?
Manuel Pellegrini, Manchester United: The Spaniard is known for his tactical approach and has won two Premier League titles.
His team is very competitive, and the manager is likely to play some of his own games, and have the players do the same.
Chelsea are one of the favourites to win the title, and Mourinho is not going to have many problems against them.
Who will be your first pick?: Pellegri has been an outstanding manager for some time, and his team are in a very strong position, but Chelsea have also had the players perform well.
Who was your pick last season?
Jurgen Klopp, Borussia Dortmund: Klopp has had a fantastic season, leading the Bundesliga champions to the top of the table and is looking to win another title.
He’s won two trophies and is unbeaten in four league games.
He won the Europa League with Borussia Monchengladbach last season and will have his hands full against Borussia Mönchenglads, who are the defending champions, who lost to Dortmund in the semi-finals.
Who did you pick?
Joe Hart, Liverpool: Hart was arguably Liverpool’s best player last season, and while he missed out with injury, he’s back and will be a factor for Liverpool, who will be looking to build on the momentum of the win over Manchester City.
He has the quality to win trophies, and Liverpool will need to win every game to stay in the title race.
Who won your first title?
Luis Suarez, Liverpool – Suarez won the title with Liverpool in 2015-16, and it was his first as a professional footballer.
Liverpool have also lost two titles in succession since winning it back in 2007.
Suarez will be hoping to repeat the feat, and with Suarez having won five trophies with the Reds, there’s a lot to like about him.
Who has won your last title?: Sergio Aguero, Manchester Aguero – Aguero won the La Liga title with Manchester City last season.
He is a world-class striker who will need every bit of support to win titles, and Manchester City have also suffered in recent seasons.
Manchester United have had a very difficult start to the season but are looking to make a late start to their title push.
What’s your first tip for the weekend?
Drink a little more water before you head out to watch matches.
It’s the perfect time to get some sleep.