Leicester City welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to the King Power Stadium on Sunday afternoon as they kick-off their Premier League campaign.
The two sides may have similar ambitions this season, aiming to be the best of the rest, or maybe even break the top six.
Wolves first season back in the top flight was a massive success as they managed a very impressive seventh place finish.
A big part of their success gain be put down to the contribution made by their star striker, Raul Jimenez. The Mexican contributed to twenty goals in his debut Premier League season, scoring thirteen and assisting seven.
The partnership Jimenez formed with strike partner Diogo Jota when Wolves switched to a 3-5-2 formation proved to be deadly.
Nuno Espirito Santo seems to have gotten the best out of Jimenez. The forward had struggled to nail down a starting spot at Benfica and only managed six goals in his last season in Portugal.
But in his time so far in the Premier League, Jimenez has looked like a prolific goal threat that can cause problems for any team.
It looks likely that Caglar Soyuncu will start for Leicester on Sunday after the Foxes lost Harry Maguire to Manchester United.
Facing Jimenez could prove a tough test for Soyuncu as the young centre-back tries to fill in the boots of Maguire, and Wolves dangerman will look to capitalise on any nerves.