Crystal Palace have made a bright start to the season, but are now looking to get three points on the board.
On Monday night, the Eagles faced Liverpool at Anfield, and took a shock lead when Eberechi Eze played in Wilfried Zaha who finished cooly.
Liverpool were then reduced to ten-men, only to equalise mere moments later so, despite the man advantage, the Eagles were delighted to leave with a point.
This saw Patrick Vieira’s team get off the mark for the campaign, having been beaten 2-0 by Arsenal on the opening weekend.
Now faced with a much more winnable fixture, will Crystal Palace claim all three points?
As for Aston Villa, it was all doom and gloom when they began the campaign with a 2-0 defeat at the hands of newly-promoted Bournemouth at Dean Court.
So, last Saturday’s 2-1 home victory over Everton was much needed for Steven Gerrard’s team.
Danny Ings firing home an opener, before Emi Buendía came off the bench, played a neat one-two with Ollie Watkins, and tapped home the clincher.
Villa won 2-0 at Selhurst Park back in November, so are targeting back-to-back away wins over Palace for the very first time.
Who will come out on top in South London?