The Emirates Cup kicks off on Saturday at Arsenal's home stadium in north London for the regular pre-season four-way competition with Valencia's clash against Monaco.
Benfica make up the quartet of top European sides on show and will take on the Gunners later in the day.
It is Monaco's debut in the competition while Valencia return having played once before in the inaugural edition, and both sides will be looking to perform well against top opposition as they prepare for the start of their respective league seasons.
Read on for full scheduling, television and live streaming information as the Spaniards take on Ligue 1's second-place finishers from 2013-14.
Date: Saturday, August 2
Time: 2 p.m. BST, 9 a.m. ET
TV Info: BT Sport 1 (UK), ESPN Deportes (US)
Monaco Minus James
Monaco will have to face next season without star man James Rodriguez who recently made a £71 million move to Real Madrid in the wake of his Golden Boot win at the World Cup in Brazil.
The clash with Valencia will offer them a good opportunity to test themselves without their Colombian star.
Recent pre-season matches have been successful for Monaco, their latest encounter with Serie A side Parma ending in a 2-0 victory.
Joao Moutinho bagged both goals in that encounter, per 101 Great Goals, and could be key for Monaco in the upcoming season after the departure of former Porto teammate Rodriguez with whom he moved to Ligue 1 last summer.
Lovely Joao Moutinho free-kick for Monaco v Parma https://t.co/dsw2dJeii9— 101 Great Goals (@102greatgoals) July 29, 2014
The Portuguese midfielder provided eight Ligue 1 assists last season, per WhoScored.com, and looks in form heading into the clash with Valencia in London.
The clash could also see the return of Radamel Falcao—who has been out through injury since January and will be essential as a goalscorer—according to coach Leonardo Jardim, per L'Equipe via the Guardian: "I think he [Falcao] will be able to start playing again at the Emirates Cup. He is now in the final phase of his recuperation."
With the likes of Dimitar Berbatov also in Monaco's ranks, the French side will likely prove a stern test for the Valencia defence.
Valencia Prepare to Bounce Back
Valencia had an awful season in La Liga in 2013-14, finishing eighth in the Spanish top flight having been fifth in the previous campaign.
The Emirates Cup offers them a genuine chance to test their mettle against top opposition, and a victory over Monaco would be a huge fillip ahead of the league season.
However, their pre-season thus far has not been the best as new boss Nuno Espirito Santo attempts to get to grips with his new side.
What will be the result on Saturday?
Their most recent outings have seen them lose on penalties to Peruvian side Alianza de Lima on Saturday after a 2-2 draw while they lost 3-1 to second division German side Nurnberg.
They will have to improve considerably if they are to challenge a decent Monaco side at the Emirates on Saturday with confidence greatly needed in the Valencia camp.
Their opening La Liga game sees them face Sevilla in late August, and a victory over Monaco could kick-start a decent preparatory period in which they also play Benfica in London and Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Previous Emirates Cup matches have often proved high-scoring occasions, and with a great deal of attacking talent on show on Saturday, more of the same can be expected.