Aston Villa has the first three points of the season when Bournemouth visits Villa Park on Saturday.
With the Premier League having their own patch on the opening weekend of the Champions League final, Tottenham, the Premier League's football will eventually return to B6 when the red and blue cherries are churned.
Eddie Howe's side were defeated by another re-promoted club in Sheffield United on Saturday when Billy Sharp scored a late equalizer.
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Bournemouth, which is in its fifth season in the top division, has a number of high-caliber players in its ranks, but BBC sports expert and former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson supports Villa to break the pack with a narrow win.
"Aston Villa have done a decent job against Tottenham for a long time, and the defeat you have to imagine is that not many teams will go there and get anything," Lawrenson told BBC Sport.
"What happens here will be a much better signal of where this villa team is, and I expect them to get started and score their first win of the season.
"Bournemouth are a good team in midfield and in the first row, but on the defensive I'm always waiting for one or more bad moments."
LAWRENSON & # 39; s PREDICTION: 2-1 after Villa