Saturday, 10 September
Bolton v Man Utd
Kick-off: 1730 BST
Last season: Bolton 2 2 Manchester United
Live online/TV coverage: In the U.K., Sky Sports and ESPN will share live coverage and highlights, while Match of the Day will broadcast a comprehensive highlights program on Saturday and Sunday nights, full details are available on the BBC Web site. In the U.S., Fox Sports and ESPN will show select matches and highlights, check their individual TV schedules for further details.
Indian fans will have to contend with ESPN Star's coverage, full details are available on the company's website.
For all other countries, the official Premier League website has a comprehesive list of broadcasters. Further live online coverage of Saturday afternoon matches from around the world is available here.
Preview: Sir Alex Ferguson could hand Mexico striker Javier Hernandez his first start of the season as United look to maintain their 100 per cent record.
Hernandez missed United's opening fixtures after suffering a concussion during the pre-season tour of the United States but he came off the bench during the 8-2 win over Arsenal and looks set to renew his partnership with Wayne Rooney away to Bolton on Saturday afternoon.
"He's ready, he's been training really well," Ferguson said on Friday. "The only issue was how much time we gave him after his head knock but he's fine."
"He played two 45 minutes for Mexico, scoring in one of the games ... that's terrific," he added.
Ferguson has no new injury worries after the international break but the Scot is still without Nemanja Vidic (calf), Danny Welbeck (hamstring) and Rafael (shoulder).
Bolton manager Owen Coyle is expected to hand debuts to a trio of new signings. David N'Gog, Gael Kakuta and Dedryck Boyata are all expected to start but Coyle is without Ricardo Garner (groin), Lee Chung-young (broken leg), Marcos Alonso (broken metatarsal) and Sam Ricketts (Achilles), as well as Stuart Holden who continues his rehabilitation from a knee injury sustained in March.