First-placed Chelsea meet second-placed Swansea as both teams put their perfect records on the line. Opta gives you the statistical lowdown.
"This is only the second time in Premier League history that the top two sides in the table have faced off as early as this in the campaign (MD4). Then-leaders Chelsea beat second place Tottenham 2-0 in August 2005."
Jose Mourinho's side are 1.9110/11 to win half-time/full-time.
Chelsea have won all three Barclays Premier League home meetings with Swansea and are unbeaten in six overall in the competition versus the Swans (W4 D2). They are 1.321/3 to win.
The Swans did win 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the League Cup in January 2013, however, with Michu and Danny Graham on the scoresheet. Swansea are 12.5 to pull off another shock.
Didier Drogba scored on his one previous appearance against the Swans, in a 4-1 home win back in September 2011. Drogba is 2.1511/10 to score.
Diego Costa has scored four goals in three Premier League games; Fernando Torres took 39 games to reach this figure for Chelsea. Costa is 1.855/6 to add to his tally.
Only Eden Hazard (7) and Fernando Torres (5) got more goal assists for Chelsea in 2013-14 than Cesc Fabregas already has in 2014-15 (4). Fabregas is 3.259/4 to add to his tally.
Chelsea and Swansea are the only two sides yet to drop a point this season (P3 W3). They are 5.95/1 to both retain their unbeaten record with a draw.
Gylfi Sigurdsson has scored one and assisted four of Swansea's six league goals this season. He has assisted as many goals in three appearances this term as he did in 58 for Tottenham overall in the Premier League. Sigurdsson is 6.05/1 to score.
The Swans have already claimed 21% of their entire points total from last season (9 of 42) in only three games. They are 1.84/5 to finish in the top half of the Premier League.
Indeed, Garry Monk's side have won four consecutive games for the first time in the Premier League. The draw half-time/Swansea full-time is 27.026/1.
This is only the second time in Premier League history that the top two sides in the table have faced off as early as this in the campaign (MD4). Then-leaders Chelsea beat second place Tottenham 2-0 in August 2005. Jose Mourinho's side are 1.9110/11 to win half-time/full-time.