Leicester City are hoping to continue their fine form as they face Norwich City at Carrow Road in the Championship this weekend.
Norwich City currently sit 4th in the EFL Championship with four wins, one draw and one loss from their first six league games of the season.
It's been a fine start to the season for a Norwich side that underwhelmed last time out and are looking to make amends for last season's disappointing showing.
Their most recent game saw them face Stoke City and Carrow Road and they delivered a professional and efficient performance in a 1-0 win over The Potters thanks to a goal from Jack Stacey.
It was important that The Canaries took three points from this game having failed to a shock 2-1 defeat at Rotherham the week prior they're now back on track in their push for promotion back to the Premier League.
Their record on home soil has been flawless thus far, with David Wagner's side winning all three of their games on their own turf by a combined scoreline of 6-2.
On paper, this is undoubtedly the toughest game of their season so far but if they can manage to take all three points from this game then people will no doubt believe they're serious promotion contenders.
Leicester City currently sit 2nd in the EFL Championship with five wins and one loss from their first six league games of the season.
The Foxes entered this campaign as many people's favourites for the league title and they've started in a fashion indicative of likely champions having a near perfect record in the opening weeks of the season.
They're coming into this game fresh off the back of their best win of the season, too, having thumped fellow promotion candidates Southampton 4-1 away from home courtesy of goals from Jamie Hardy, Kasey McAteer, Wilfred Ndidi and Stephy Mavididi.
The amount of firepower Leicester boast in their squad was on full display at St. Mary's as Enzo Maresca's side romped to a convincing victory.
They're now coming into this game with the wind in their sails and their form away from home has been exemplary, with the men in blue having won all five of their away games in all competitions so far this season.
Norwich will be a stiff test, no doubt, but The Foxes will feel more than equipped to deal with their threat and will be exceedingly confident of taking three points here.
For our Norwich vs. Leicester prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.