There will be no shortage of excitement in the air as Manchester United take to the field against QPR at Old Trafford, with Red Devils fans ready to hail a slew of new heroes.
Louis van Gaal has a plethora of recent signings and injury returnees to call on as he seeks a first Premier League win at United.
The hosts are 3/10 to pick up three points, with QPR 35/4 and the draw 4/1, and the Red Devils will be counting on five players set to make their Old Trafford debuts to bring home the bacon.
Only Henrik Larsson (40) has scored more UEFA Cup/Europa League goals than Radamel Falcao’s 30 in 31 games.
The Colombian forward’s loan switch to United was the talk of deadline day, and although he might not be certain to start against QPR, Falcao will almost definitely have a chance to delight the Old Trafford faithful at some point.
The 28-year-old has hit the mark on his home debut for all of his past three employers, and is 4/5 to find the net anytime against the Rs.
Since the start of the 2009/10 season, only Lionel Messi has created more clear-cut chances than Angel Di Maria’s 73.
The Argentine made an encouraging debut away at Burnley before the international break, but will be hoping to impress even more as he steps out at Old Trafford for the first time.
Di Maria sparkled in Argentina’s 4-2 friendly win over Germany during the break, scoring once and setting up three goals.
At 18 years 347 days, Luke Shaw became the second-youngest England player to feature at a World Cup over the summer, with only Michael Owen ahead of him.
The world’s most expensive teenager has been frustrated by injury during his fledging United career, but will likely be given the chance to terrorise QPR from the start by raiding down the left flank.
Marcos Rojo created the second-most chances of any defender at the World Cup in Brazil, laying on nine opportunities in six matches for Argentina.
Set to be plunged straight into the heart of United’s defence due to Phil Jones’ injury, Rojo will be key to the Red Devils’ chances of a clean sheet v QPR, something they are 10/11 to achieve,
With the Argentine in their side Sporting CP kept the opposition at bay in 15 of their 30 Primeira Liga matches last season.
Daley Blind was voted the Eredivisie player of the year last season, and Ajax player of the season in 2012/13.
The versatile Dutchman will likely take up a berth at the base of Van Gaal’s midfield, where his expert passing and assured defensive work will provide United’s glittering attack with the perfect platform to succeed.