Manager Mark Hughes says Saido Berahino, whose fitness was questioned last season, is "in great shape". Setting the bar too low could make fans, players and club owners question if they have the right manager for the job.
Huddersfield captain Tommy Smith insists they can handle Premier League life
Huddersfield are in the top flight for the first time since 1972 and open their campaign at Palace on Saturday. Since 2008-09, only four newly-promoted sides have won on the opening day in the Premier League .
"A hard game, Stoke City is always a battle", he remarked. "He is an important player and he is one of the team that will start this Saturday".
"Everton have got a good side and they've spent money from letting good players go, perhaps similar to Southampton a couple of years ago".
The opening day of a new football season is always special, but this one is particularly significant for me. Let the games begin and may the best team wins!
Mark Hamill reveals why Luke Skywalker went into exile
In the sequel, reports suggest that there will be a massive ship of Supreme Leader Snoke ( Andy Serkis ) that will be introduced. What has been confirmed through her visions is that Luke and Kylo Ren ( Adam Driver ) are connected to her past in some way.
"Last season I think we won 1-0, the same result, and it was maybe a little bit the same". Their only defeats came against Liverpool and Chelsea.
A revitalised Wayne Rooney is relishing a new lease of life at Goodison Park after scoring the victor in Everton's 1-0 victory over Stoke City in their opening Premier League game of the season.
The forward started tenaciously and could have found himself in the book for a late tackle on former United team-mate Darren Fletcher, but Rooney's desire to track back and help his side defensively also proved invaluable against a direct Stoke threat.
The glow from Rooney's 199th Premier League goal was nearly erased when Fletcher went close to equalising after half-time with a stinging strike. The Potters finished with only four wins, five draws and 10 losses on the road. He last scored in West Brom's 3-2 home victory over Crystal Palace in February 2016.
Mo Farah beaten in his last ever track race
Farah is due to retire from the track at the end of the month, after the Diamond League final in Zurich, to focus on the marathon. Farah finished in a time of 13:33.22, with Edris's time clocked at 13:32.79.