The Premier League have revealed the four players that will not be available to play this weekend due to suspensions from last season.
The top-flight resumes on Saturday after a three-month break and eyes up and down the continent will be peeled on how things unravel.
However, there will be a few players who will not be on show for the public, with the first of the four Leicester City’s title-winning defender Robert Huth.
The German centre-back is serving a three-game ban for pulling Marouane Fellaini’s header in the league meeting with Manchester United last season, although he did serve two of those matches last term already.
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Meanwhile, world-record signing Paul Pogba is set to serve a one-game ban which has been carried over from his time at Juventus.
The 23-year-old is not set to be involved in the game with Bournemouth either way to a lack of match fitness, but any chance there was of Pogba appearing has now been ruled out.