We have a mouthwatering London derby in the Premier League on Monday night as Tottenham Hotspur take on Chelsea.
Tottenham Hotspur currently sit top of the Premier League table with eight wins and two draws from ten games so far this season.
It's been the stuff of dreams so far for Spurs under Ange Postecoglou as even the boldest of Tottenham fans would not have had their side sat at the summit of the league table in the opening week of November coming into this season.
However, it's been a complete contrast from the week in, week out dour showings under Antonio Conte last season and they come into this game amidst an excellent run of form having won their last four league games on the bounce.
Last weekend saw Spurs pick up a 2-1 win away at Crystal Palace courtesy of a Joel Ward own goal and another strike from Son Heung-min.
The South Korean has been in sensational form this season and is night and day in comparison to the frail iteration of himself that was present last season, and in Harry Kane's absence he's already notched eight league goals this season.
They will, then, be exceptionally confident of claiming what would be only a second league win over Chelsea in ten matches, especially given they've won every game they've played at home this season.
Chelsea won't be easy opponents but most would agree Spurs are favourites here.
Chelsea currently sit 11th in the Premier League with three wins, three draws and four losses from ten games so far this season.
Much was expected of Chelsea following a second consecutive jaw-dropping spending spree over the summer but they've not come particularly close to meeting those expectations thus far.
It can be argued that performances have been getting progressively more encouraging under Mauricio Pochettino but the results aren't there to match them, with the Blues frustratingly indecisive in front of goal.
They're coming into this game amidst a mixed run of form in the league having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games in the league, the most recent of which was a 0-2 loss to Brentford at Stamford Bridge last time out.
The loss to Brentford came in typical Chelsea fashion as Pochettino's men spurned a host of first half chances amidst a positive showing before conceding via a set piece following by a stoppage-time goal on the break.
Despite Chelsea's gargantuan spending they still lack a proven number 9 up top and until they have that presence in the side it seems like they're going to continue to struggle to kill games.
This is a fairly big issue that Pochettino must attempt to solve because while performances have been good at times he won't be afforded much time to get this right if the club's history with managers is anything to go by.
For our Tottenham vs. Chelsea prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.