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Ben Hoskins

Depending on what the outcome of Lukaku vs. AVB will be, Chelsea will either remain second or slip to third in the Premier League. At the other end of the table, it's the mildly anticipated South Wales derby between Cardiff and Swansea. First time ever that's happened in the Premier League's history ("English" Premier League, right?).

Elsewhere, options abound in all the usual suspects including La Liga, Bundesliga, and Serie A. It's in the latter that Roma goes for their eleventh straight win to open the season (2:45pm EST, beIN Sport). Impressive. More so when you realize that they've conceded just once in the ten matches played so far. Very, impressive.

Discuss.

P.S.: Don't forget about the whole Daylight Savings Time thing and adjust your clocks accordingly back one hour onto Standard Time. The time difference between USA and Europe/England is once again normal! Hurray!