Who will get back on track following disappointing results on Saturday?
21 minutes into their weekend trip to the Etihad, Crystal Palace supporters were in dreamland.
They led 2-0 against the champions, courtesy of an own goal and then Joachim Andersen’s header.
Nevertheless, Patrick Vieira’s side couldn’t hold on, conceding four times in 28 second half minutes as they were eventually beaten 4-2 by Manchester City.
This leaves the Eagles on four points having been handed a tricky fixture list, losing to Arsenal, credibly drawing at Anfield and then beat Aston Villa.
Given that Palace’s next four are against Newcastle, Manchester United, rivals Brighton and then Chelsea, they’ll be targeting a victory here.
Brentford meanwhile were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton at the Community Stadium.
The Bees hit the woodwork three times, with Bryan Mbeumo also wasting countless chances, before Vitaly Janelt, finally, tapped home an equaliser from close-range.
So, Thomas Frank’s team kick off one point above their hosts, with Brentford’s win, of course, coming in that mauling of Man United.
Last season, these two clubs played out a pair of goalless draws, these being their first meetings since 1977.
Let’s hope for more excitement this time round.