Gameweek four of the English Premier League is here with us and indeed what a start it has been to the 2018/19 season.
It is the last weekend of topflight league action before the international break kicks in and many will be hoping to either improve or maintain their current position in the league.
Briefly has picked out five discussion points and things to look out for in this weekend's mouthwatering fixtures.
1. Mourinho on the spot and in need of maximum points
It has been a rough start to the new season for Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, and the tactician will be hoping to avert the looming crisis at Old Trafford by picking up maximum points.
The Red Devils travel to Turf Moor on Sunday, September 2, to face Burnley, who are equally in need of a win having crashed out of the Europa League on Thursday, August 30.
2. Liverpool to breakaway from the herd and maintain their 100% start
Jurgen Klopp's men are yet concede a single goal this season and have confidently won their last three encounters against West Ham, Crystal Palace and Brighton.
Liverpool will kick-start this weekend's action when they travel to King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.
The Foxes will have to figure out how to cope without ace striker Jamie Vardy and will turn to Nigerian Kelechi Iheanacho, who has been in great form, to fill the void upfront.
3. Pellegreni's must-win game against Wolves
West Ham have not registered a single point this season following three successive league defeats for Manuel Pellegrini's men.
Fortune has not favoured the Hammers who interestingly enough, managed to take the lead in their last two encounters to Bournemouth and Arsenal.
Having beat Wimbledon at their Carabao Cup fixture on Tuesday, the Hammers will hope to carry the same spirit and get maximum points from a game described as a must-win by their boss.
4. Top of the table clash: Watford vs Tottenham
Watford are cruising this season and are currently fourth on the log, whilst Tottenham are currently in second position having schooled Mourinho's men in last weekends 3-0 drubbing.
Argentinian Roberto Pereyra has been in excellent goal-scoring form and will be looking to inspire the Hornet's to victory against Spurs.
Lucas Moura proved just exactly what he is capable of having sealed a brace against United.
If Watford can manage three points from the game, they could easily leap to second position on the table.
5. Benitez and his men tackle league champions Manchester City
Newcastle face an acid test this weekend when they travel to Etihad to face big boys Manchester City, who were left frustrated by Wolves last weekend.
City managed to rescue a point with a late equalizer but will be looking to reestablish their dominance this weekend against Newcastle.