Premier League action returns this weekend after a busy international break for players across the competition.
Liverpool will be aiming to extend their advantage at the top when they take on Manchester United this Sunday.
The Reds lead two-time reigning champions Manchester City by eight points, while Arsenal are just one point behind the Blues at this early stage.
Leicester City, Chelsea and Crystal Palace make up the rest of the top six after eight matches.
The likes of Tottenham (ninth) and Manchester United (12th) have endured rough starts and will be hoping the return to action leads to an upturn in form.
There may be 30 rounds left in the 2019/20 Premier League season but that’s not too early for plenty of definitive predictions on the outcome of the current campaign.