What is the most important question YOUR team needs to answer when the Premier League returns?

The Premier League returns this weekend after the last international break before the World Cup in Qatar.

There is much to focus on in the seven weeks before the players depart for the tournament, with European and domestic football well on track for the new season.

With coaches under fire and the form of several of the league’s stars in the spotlight, a number of questions will be answered over the next two months.

But what is the most important question for your team to answer as we prepare to start again?

Erling Haaland will try to continue his scoring form in Sunday's Manchester derby

Erling Haaland will try to continue his scoring form in Sunday’s Manchester derby

ARSENAL

Ahead of last season’s North London derby, photographer Stuart MacFarlane provided the Arsenal team talk that inspired a 3-1 victory.

“I fucking love all of you,” he said. Which of Mikel Arteta’s staff members can follow that?

ASTON-VILLA

Their win over Southampton was so boring that John McGinn admitted he would have turned off the TV.

But it was a second win in the league and Steven Gerrard needs to get the momentum back. Can Villa set up another building block in Leeds on Sunday?

BORNEMOUTH

Gary O’Neil was handed the reins and his first task was to pick up the rubble of a 9-0 loss. Since then he has overseen two draws and one win.

What will be enough to convince the club’s new owners that he deserves the job?

Gary O'Neil could be given Bournemouth manager job after impressing as caretaker

Gary O'Neil could be given Bournemouth manager job after impressing as caretaker

Gary O’Neil could be given Bournemouth manager job after impressing as caretaker

BRENTFORD

Ivan Toney returns from his first England cap without having secured a first cap.

That could spell bad news for Bournemouth on Saturday: can Toney put a point past Gareth Southgate?

BRIGHTON

I work hard following Graham Potter. Even more difficult when your first match is against Liverpool at Anfield.

Good luck Roberto De Zerbi. The Italian sees many similarities with his predecessor. Is this evolution or revolution?

CHELSEA

It has been three weeks since Chelsea signed Potter, but his new era has been limited to a 1-1 draw with Salzburg.

Will Saturday at Palace bring the first signs of its impact behind the scenes?

Graham Potter will finally take charge of his first league game as Chelsea manager this weekend

Graham Potter will finally take charge of his first league game as Chelsea manager this weekend

Graham Potter will finally take charge of his first league game as Chelsea manager this weekend

CRYSTAL PALACE

Since October 2017, Palace have lost all nine league games against Chelsea; only against Liverpool (10) have they lost more games in a row. Can they stop the rot on Saturday?

Everton

A Neal Maupay opening goal gave Everton their first league win of the season before the international break, but Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s imminent return from injury remains crucial to their prospects.

Will he be able to rediscover the best of himself with Frank Lampard?

FULHAM

How to cover a hole in the shape of Joao Palhinha? The powerful midfielder has been instrumental for Fulham but he will be suspended against Newcastle on Saturday.

LEEDS

Patrick Bamford’s hopes of making England’s World Cup squad seem to have faded.

But after more injury problems, the 29-year-old looks set to return to Leeds against Aston Villa on Sunday. Can Jesse Marsch keep him in shape and get him to shoot one more time?

Patrick Bamford will almost certainly miss out on England's World Cup squad this winter.

Patrick Bamford will almost certainly miss out on England's World Cup squad this winter.

Patrick Bamford will almost certainly miss out on England’s World Cup squad this winter.

LEICESTER

Tea Leaves is a mixed read for Brendan Rodgers.

Over the past decade, three teams have finished bottom after seven games and avoided relegation, but all three have changed managers in the process. Hit or twist?

LIVERPOOL

Luis Suarez spent several seasons pulling Liverpool out of their holes. Did you just help another Uruguayan striker out of his?

Suárez created Darwin Núñez’s first goal in nearly two months against Canada. Will that end their false start on Merseyside?

Darwin Nunez needs to get his form back quickly after a poor start as a Liverpool centre-forward

Darwin Nunez needs to get his form back quickly after a poor start as a Liverpool centre-forward

Darwin Nunez needs to get his form back quickly after a poor start as a Liverpool centre-forward

CITY MAN

It’s been a while since City have enjoyed back-to-back home wins over United. 2014, in fact.

His career in the eight seasons since then? LDLWLLLW. Can Pep Guardiola end that streak?

UNITED MAN

Lisandro Martínez was too small. He then he was United’s player of the month. Now they compare him to Roy Keane.

Following? Erling Haland. They have met once before: Martinez won 4-0. Will he stop Haaland’s stampede again?

Lisandro Martínez named Manchester United Player of the Month for September

Lisandro Martínez named Manchester United Player of the Month for September

Lisandro Martínez named Manchester United Player of the Month for September

NEW CASTLE

Since joining Newcastle, Eddie Howe hadn’t gone six league games without a win. Until now.

The manager has credit in the bank, but can a recovered Callum Wilson help him end that streak?

NOTTINGHAM FOREST

Lose at Leicester and Steve Cooper’s side will sit last after five straight defeats.

It can’t be easy to sleep on 22 new signings, but inevitably one wonders: On his next splurge, will he still be in charge?

SOUTHAMPTON

Another loan for Ainsley Maitland-Niles and, so far, another round of teething problems.

The versatile 25-year-old has played just 17 minutes this season, with Ralph Hasenhuttl admitting he has “a lot of work to do”. Will he finally work out this time?

TOTTENHAM

After eight games without scoring, Son Heung-min has five in three: a hat-trick for Spurs followed by two for South Korea.

The catalyst? Antonio Conte benched him against Leicester. Has Son perfectly timed this race for the derby?

Son Heung-Min seems to have to be fit for Tottenham and scored a hat-trick last time out

Son Heung-Min seems to have to be fit for Tottenham and scored a hat-trick last time out

Son Heung-Min seems to have to be fit for Tottenham and scored a hat-trick last time out

WESTERN HAM

Tomas Soucek got off to a good start in life at West Ham, but his performances have dwindled for a while.

Can anyone in East London find a new recipe for potato salad, the typical midfielder’s fuel?

WOLVES

A treat awaits Wolves fans at West Ham: Diego Costa is in line for his debut.

At 33, his scoring prowess may be fading, but what remains of his knack for mischief?

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