We thought that the English Premier League had just got over and while you may be drenched in the fever of Copa America and Euro, the football madness continues. This when a fresh season of the English Premier League kicks off on August 13. And there are some mouthwatering clashes on the first two days of the season to look forward to. (Also see: EPL 2015-16: 10 talking points of the English Premiership season) Also Read - AVL vs LU Dream11 Team Prediction Premier League 2020-21: Captain, Vice-captain, Fantasy Playing Tips, Predicted Playing XIs For Today's Aston Villa vs Leeds United Football Match at Villa Park 12.30 AM IST Saturday October 24

Watch Arsenal v Liverpool, Bournemouth v Manchester United, Burnley v Swansea City, Chelsea v West Ham United, Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion, Everton v Tottenham Hotspur, Hull City v Leicester City, Manchester City v Sunderland, Middlesbrough v Stoke City and Southampton v Watford on the first two days. Also Read - LU vs WOL Dream11 Team Prediction Premier League 2020-21: Captain, Fantasy Playing Tips, Predicted Playing XIs For Today's Leeds United vs Wolverhampton Football Match at Elland Road 12.30 AM IST Tuesday October 20

Meanwhile, talking England and the action is heating up at Euro 2016. Not the perfect start over the weekend earlier as Russia captain Vasili Berezutski headed a last-gasp leveller against England to steal a 1-1 draw in a Euro match marred by a third day of fan violence. England seemed to be heading for victory when midfielder Eric Dier fired in a 20 metre free kick past Russia’s veteran goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev. Also Read - MUN vs TOT Dream11 Team Tips And Prediction Premier League 2020-21: Captain, Fantasy Playing Tips And Predicted XIs For Today's Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur Football Match at Old Trafford, Manchester 9 PM IST Sunday October 4

But three minutes from the final whistle in the Group B match, Joe Hart and his defence took their eye off the ball. Berezutski rose to meet a cross and sent a looping header into the net. England players walked off disconsolate while there was more violence in the Stade Velodrome as fans left, adding to the 31 injured in street battles in the Marseille port district earlier. (With agency inputs)