Liverpool host Brighton on Saturday evening, but away from that game, one fixture stands out from the rest.
The Reds picked up what felt like a significant 2-0 win at Crystal Palace on Monday, digging deep at a tricky away ground.
Here’s a look at the rest of the action taking place.
Wolves vs. Man City – Saturday, 12.30pm, Sky Sports
The 6-1 win over Huddersfield Town was as easy as it was impressive and their next challenge sees them visit Wolves on Saturday lunchtime.
The newly-promoted side haven’t made much of an impression so far this season, despite being tipped for great things, though at least it won’t get any harder for them than this.
As is the case with about 95 percent of City’s matches, they will be heavy favourites.
Arsenal vs. West Ham – Saturday, 3pm
The Gunners have been seen off by both City and Chelsea, but while they have looked woeful defensively, there have been signs of attacking quality shining through under Unai Emery.
This feels like Emery’s first win as Arsenal boss.
Bournemouth vs. Everton – Saturday, 3pm
Liverpool‘s local rivals have made a good start themselves, however, and Marco Silva genuinely does feel like the man to take them forward.
A draw feels likely, although don’t be surprised to see one of them nick it late on.
Huddersfield vs. Cardiff – Saturday, 3pm
The winner of Least Appealing Match of the Weekend award? Quite possibly.
Huddersfield and Cardiff City both look like they will be in a relegation scrap this season, making it one of those rare August six-pointers.
The Terriers already have a minus-eight goal difference, having been thumped by Chelsea and City, while Cardiff were fortunate to get their first point of the campaign after Kenedy’s late missed penalty for Newcastle United last time out.
Don’t expect a classic, but Huddersfield may just make home advantage count.
Prediction: Huddersfield 1-0 Cardiff
Southampton vs. Leicester – Saturday, 3pm
Southampton have steered away from the aesthetically pleasing approach that turned them into a mid-table team and they look like possible relegation candidates these days.
Mark Hughes generally does enough to keep teams in the top flight, but the weekend visit of Leicester City will test their credentials.
The Foxes must be aiming for seventh place, considering they look one of the best non-top-six sides, and their counter-attacking quality could hurt Saints.
A home defeat for Hughes would see the pressure crank up a notch.
Prediction: Southampton 1-2 Leicester
Watford vs. Crystal Palace – Sunday, 1.30pm – Sky Sports
Watford have a nice habit of making fast starts to the season, allowing them some leeway for when their form inevitably nosedives.
Javi Gracia’s side won their opening two matches, against Brighton and Burnley, and will see Saturday’s home meeting with Palace as another winnable fixture.
The beat Fulham away in their opening game; they will believe they can register three more points on their travels here.
Fulham vs. Burnley – Sunday, 4pm
It is very early days, of course, but two defeats in succession do suggest this season won’t be as fruitful as many predicted.
This feels like a great chance for Fulham to get off the mark, but they will have to break down a defensively resolute side to achieve that goal.
Prediction: Fulham 2-1 Burnley
Newcastle vs. Chelsea – Sunday, 4pm – Sky Sports
Nothing quite seems to be going right at Newcastle—so much so that even a missed penalty in the last minute makes a draw feel like a defeat.
That stalemate at Cardiff wasn’t a bad result in the grand scheme of things, but there is a feeling that this will be a long season for them.
Chelsea make the trip to St James’ Park on Sunday afternoon, which will be a good gauge of where both sides are at currently.
The Blues were not wholly convincing in their 3-2 win over Arsenal and Newcastle have caused them problems in the past.
Maurizio Sarri’s men should have enough to hand Rafa Benitez another defeat, though.
Prediction: Newcastle 0-1 Chelsea
Man United vs. Tottenham – Monday, 8pm – Sky Sports
After some good and not-so-good games over the weekend, the best match comes on Monday night.
Man United look brilliantly all over the place at the minute, with Jose Mourinho slowly to falling to pieces, especially with Brighton defeating them last Sunday.
A big test comes their way next, as Tottenham head to Old Trafford looking to keep up their solid winning start.
Spurs invariably bottle it against United—it would be typical for them to freeze when their opponents are there for the taking—but this is a wonderful opportunity for them.
Put simply, United just don’t look very good and they will do well to beat Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
It should be an intriguing contest even though goals may come at a premium, with a home defeat raising fresh questions about Mourinho.