The Premier League has gotten off to a quite incredible start this season with the title race already shaping up to be one of the most compelling we've ever seen.
Liverpool went to the top of the league with a comfortable win over Crystal Palace this weekend as Manchester City dropped points at home to Southampton.
Manchester United could usurp their rivals from Merseyside with a win of their own over West Ham but the Hammers could prove a tough nut to crack on home soil.
However, it's Chelsea that are being widely considered as favourites for domestic glory this season, with Thomas Tuchel's European champions flying out of the Premier League gates.
With new signing Romelu Lukaku already plundering goals, the Blues are going to take some stopping.
The next opponent standing in the way of the Stamford Bridge steamroller is Tottenham Hotspur who, despite a tumultuous summer, have shown encouraging signs.
Are they capable of upsetting the odds and derailing the Chelsea juggernaut? Well, we thought we would have a look by ranking each member of the two squads in a handy Tiermaker.
Ranking the various stars from 'World Class' to 'Get Rid', you begin to get the sense that, on paper, there should only be one winner in this clash.
We've done our best to be brutal, factoring in some disappointing performances this season and general inconsistencies to our thinking.
A category reserved for the elite few players who can genuinely stake a claim to being a world class footballer.
A few of these lads might consider themselves unlucky to have missed out on a 'World Class' berth, but landing in the Top Drawer is by no means a slight on their ability.
The most populated category on the list, these are the sort of footballers you love having around a squad who can, on their day be very handy indeed.
We just can't help but feel, for now at least, it would be generous for us to have classed them any higher but that could easily change as the season goes on.
Pierre Emille Hojbjerg
Neither here nor there
While it might seem harsh, you simply can't argue that these lads can really get the blood pumping when you watch them. They might be good to have around, but they hardly game changers.
Again, especially for the like of Saul Niguez, Dele Alli and Timo Werner, that could easily change.
Giovani Los Celso
Poor old Kepa never stood a chance. While he by no means a poor goalkeeper, his presence on the bench while earning hefty salary can be nothing more than a nuisance for Chelsea.