The game of the weekend in the Premier League takes place in North London on Saturday evening as Tottenham Hotspur face Liverpool.
Tottenham Hotspur currently sit 4th in the Premier League with four wins and two draws from their first six games of the season.
To many people's surprise, Spurs have had an excellent start to the season and they're looking more and more like firm Champions League contenders as the weeks pass by.
They're coming into this game amidst a strong run of form having won four of their last five games, the most recent of which was a 2-2 draw against bitter rivals Arsenal.
The point at the Emirates was a huge one for Spurs at a venue they traditionally struggle at immensely and is another landmark in their progression under Ange Postecoglou. They were comfortably beaten 3-1 in this fixture last season but Sunday's game was chalk and cheese with Spurs arguably the better of the two sides.
Son Heung-min bagged a brace in what was another individual performance that suggests last season's struggles are well behind him, and his continued goalscoring form will be essential for Spurs if they are going to break top four this season.
All in all everything is going swimmingly for Tottenham right now and even if it is the honeymoon period of the Ange Postecoglou era there's plenty of reasons to suggest this new, rejuvenated version of Spurs are here to stay.
Liverpool currently sit 2nd in the Premier League with five wins and one draw from their first six games of the season.
The Reds seem to be enjoying their football at the moment having gone unbeaten in all competitions thus far while playing an attractive brand of attacking football.
They're coming into this game in excellent form having won all of their last seven games on the bounce, the most recent of which was a 3-1 win over Leicester City in the EFL Cup.
The win marked Liverpool's fourth consecutive 3-1 victory having also beaten West Ham United 3-1 in the league last weekend so Jürgen Klopp's men really are soaring.
They still look flawed in certain areas of the pitch but the firepower of Mohamed Salah, a now in form Darwin Núñez, Luis Díaz and new signing Dominik Szoboszlai - amongst a new look midfield - makes them a hugely difficult obstacle to overcome.
It's tough to predict exactly where they'll end up but there's a feeling that the Reds are almost slipping under the radar in light of an almost underwhelming Arsenal side dominating the discourse around Manchester City's main title challengers.
Liverpool under Clop are proven and while there are no doubt still a few doubters they will go some way to silencing such nay sayers with three points here.
For our Tottenham vs. Liverpool prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.