Dawn breaks over all-new English Premier League

The sense of unfamiliarity will be nowhere more apparent than at Swansea City's Liberty Stadium, where champions Manchester United will play a league game with a manager other than Ferguson in the dug-out for the first time since November 1, 1986. "I think it's the hardest start for 20 years that Manchester United have had," Moyes complained to BBC Sport.

updated: August 16, 2013 11:34 IST
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London: When the sun rises on the 2013-14 Premier League campaign on Saturday, it will reveal a landscape that has changed immeasurably in the 91 days since last season.

Familiar faces like Alex Ferguson, Jamie Carragher, Paul Scholes and Michael Owen have moved on, with new managers and a raft of multi-million-pound signings hoping to plug the holes that they have left behind.

Heightening the sensation of new beginnings is the pioneering introduction of goal-line technology, with Hawk-Eye systems now in place at all 20 Premier League grounds.

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