Chelsea v Tottenham
The game at the Bridge on Sunday is sure to be a very competitive affair.
Chelsea will be out for revenge for last season's pains we helped inflict on them, and may even have Robinho from Real Madrid as their new signing to parade.
They are likely to be missing the services of Ballack.Mikel, Essien and Drogba are also looking doubtful.
Of course they will also have a new manager in their dug-out in the shape of old pitbull Scolari, so Terry and Co will want to show him just what they can do against their old North London rivals.
As for us it is a race to see whether we will have the services of Pavlyuchenko in time to face them.If not, and if Berbatov is considered a write-off, it looks like it will be Darren Bent up front all on his lonesome again.
Ramos has promised to go for an attacking game and I am sure the boys will be fired up to give a good account of themselves in order to try and finally chalk up some league points.
With Chelsea's unbeaten home record though it is going to be a big ask to expect us to come away with anything from the game.