Two sides that have had contrasting fortunes so far this season meet in League One on Saturday afternoon as Stevenage face Charlton.
Stevenage currently sit top of League One with four wins, two draws and one loss from their first seven games of the season.
The Boro have had an outstanding start to the season having been promoted from League Two last season and while it's still early days few would have expected them to be leading the table after seven games.
However, despite being top of the table they are coming into this game amongst a rocky run of form having won just one of their last five games in all competitions having lost to both Exeter City and AFC Wimbledon on penalties in the EFL Cup and EFL Trophy following 1-1 draw.
Their league form is slightly more encouraging with Stevenage having taken five points from their last three league fixtures, the most recent of which was a 2-2 draw with Carlisle United.
A brace from Jamie Reid was not enough to seal all three points for The Boro with Joe Garner unleashing a 90th minute dagger to equalise for the visitors.
The manner of the draw meant the result was a sickener for Stevenage given they were firmly the better side but they must look on the bright side heading into this game and focus on the fact they've settled into League One excellently.
They'll firmly expect themselves to rebound at the first time of asking here given they're at home in front of their own fans and are facing a side that have struggled for the most part this season.
Charlton Athletic currently sit 17th in League One with two wins and four losses from their first six games of the season.
It's been a pretty dismal start to the season for the most part for The Addicks as they came into the campaign amidst a period of significant turmoil.
After winning their opening game of the season, Charlton slumped to five straight losses in all competitions under caretaker manager Jason Pearce before finally breaking the streak with a 2-1 win over Fleetwood Town, courtesy of an Alfie May brace, before then losing 4-3 to League Two Crawley Town in the EFL Trophy.
They come into this game finally under the guidance of a permanent manager after Michael Appleton was handed the reigns late last week and he'll be hoping to hit the ground running in his first game as manager.
He's been handed a baptism of fire in his opening game but expectations will be fairly low for this one so providing his side give a good account of themselves the mood following the game will likely be positive.
For our Stevenage vs. Charlton prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.