It's the third week of Premier League action this weekend, and it all kicks off this evening.
Aston Villa host Everton in tonight's clash, but the big clash of the weekend takes place at Anfield as Liverpool take on Arsenal.
Both sides have 100% records so far, with Jurgen Klopp's side beating Norwich and Southampton, whilst Unai Emery's men defeated Newcastle and Burnley.
Something has to give this weekend, as one or both could lose their perfect starts.
Here's our big Premier League preview for the weekend's action, with a few tips from GIVEMEBET along the way!
Aston Villa vs Everton
It's been a tough welcome back to the Premier League for Aston Villa, losing both their games. Opening day defeat to Tottenham was followed up with a home loss to Bournemouth.
As for Everton, they've picked up four points from their two games.
Norwich vs Chelsea
Norwich have taken to Premier League football better than Villa, picking up three points from their two games. They lost their opener to European champions Liverpool, but still took the game to Klopp's men.
As for Frank Lampard's Chelsea, they've only picked up one point, so a win is very much needed for the club legend.
Brighton vs Southampton
Brighton stunned the Premier League when they thrashed Watford 3-0 on the opening day of the season, and then followed that up with a 1-1 draw vs West Ham.
As for Southampton, they've played two and lost two. Losing to Burnley and Liverpool.
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Four points from two games for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, and they'll be confident of making it seven from three.
Palace have had a tricky start to the campaign, drawing to Everton and losing to Sheffield United. They won't be expecting much from their trip to Old Trafford.
Watford vs West Ham
Watford's start to the season has been poor. They've lost both games and are yet to score a goal.
As for West Ham, they were thumped by Manchester City in their opener, and then drew away to Brighton.
Sheffield United vs Leicester
The Blades got their first win back in the Premier League last weekend, and they'll be looking to pick up another three points at home this weekend.
However, they face a solid Leicester outfit, who picked up a respectable point at Stamford Bridge last week.
Liverpool vs Arsenal
The battle of the 100% records.
Liverpool will be favourites, and for good reason as they have a great record against Arsenal at Anfield in recent years.
As for the Gunners, they'll just be hoping they don't get embarrassed like they have done the last few trips.
Bournemouth vs Manchester City
The Cherries drew to Sheffield United in their season opener, and then beat Aston Villa away, so they will be relatively happy with their start.
Last year's champions have picked up four points, and were left angered by VAR yet again vs Tottenham last weekend.
Tottenham vs Newcastle
Tottenham will be buoyed by their result at the Etihad Stadium last weekend, and will be very confident about beating a struggling Newcastle.
Steve Bruce's men have lost both games so far and the mood around the club is as poisonous as ever.
Wolves vs Burnley
Wolves got a respectable draw against Manchester United last weekend, but how much will their Europa League travels cost them?
As for Burnley, they nearly took a point off Arsenal at the Emirates, but just fell short.News Now - Sport News