Two sides new to the EFL Championship this season meet at Home Park this weekend as Plymouth Argyle host Southampton.
Plymouth Argyle currently sit 4th in the EFL Championship with one win and a draw from their opening two matches.
It's been an impressive start to the season for a side that look right at home in their new division following promotion from League One last time out.
The Pilgrims began proceedings with a convincing 3-1 win at home to Huddersfield Town on the opening day before following that up with a 0-0 draw away at Watford last weekend.
The point away at Vicarage Road is not to be scoffed at, as Watford sailed to victory on the opening day of the season as they beat QPR 4-0.
The Hornets are also full of quality at this level and have been a mainstay in England's top two divisions for a number of years now so a point there is unequivocally a good result for a newly promoted team.
Plymouth had to fight hard for a share of the spoils and didn't see too much of the ball, but they defended resolutely and showed a level of fight that will very likely keep them in this division.
Morale around the club is as high as it has been for a number of years off the back off a League One title win so despite this being an exceptionally tough game on paper for Plymouth they'll quietly fancy their chances of stealing a result.
Southampton currently sit 6th in the EFL Championship with one win and one draw from their opening two matches.
The Saints have started life in the Championship fairly well all things considered, even if they haven't been entirely convincing.
Southampton kicked off with a 3-1 win away at a Sheffield Wednesday side heavily fancied for relegation before following that up with a thrilling 4-4 draw at home to Norwich City last weekend.
A pair of penalties from Adam Armstrong and goals from Jan Bednarek and Che Adams secured a point for The Saints in a game they can feel lucky to have got a draw from.
Southampton were awarded a penalty in the 97th minute for a foul on Kyle Walker-Peters, a decision that was questionable at best.
Walker-Peters seemed to clearly look for the contact, which was extremely soft and came from behind, before bundling himself to the ground dramatically.
Nevertheless Southampton won't care about how the point came about, only that they got it.
Rumours suggest Southampton are not done in terms of recruitment so we can expect an already impressive squad to get stronger before the end of the window.
Their start, under a new manager, has shown enough to suggest they can definitely mount an automatic promotion push as long as they continue to improve so let's see how they fare in a tricky away fixture on Saturday.
For our Plymouth vs. Southampton prediction, we're going for a 1-2 win for the away side.