It feels like English football is still trying to gather its collective breath after last weekend's astounding demolition of Manchester United by Liverpool, and yet another round of action is already upon us.
Of course, Erik ten Hag's men will be desperate to bounce back, and they will be expected to do so against struggling Southampton, while Liverpool aim to ensure that incredible 7-0 win was not just a flash in the pan.
For United, much of their hope will be pinned on Marcus Rashford, who could go where only two Red Devils stars have been before if he nets against Saints.
Elsewhere, Erling Haaland and Harry Kane have goalscoring feats of their own they will be keen to achieve.
Ahead of the action, you can test your knowledge with Stats Perform's Opta-powered quiz…
All seven of @LFC’s goals against Man Utd! pic.twitter.com/Exy09BSJiL— Premier League (@premierleague) March 8, 2023
1. Erling Haaland scored his first Premier League hat-trick the last time Manchester City played Crystal Palace. If he repeats the feat this weekend, he'd become only the second player in Premier League history to net trebles home and away against the same team in a single season. Who was the first to do this in 2007-08?
2. Harry Kane is two goals away from netting 20 Premier League goals in a season for the sixth time, something only two players have managed. Who were they?
3. Mohamed Salah leads Liverpool for their most goals, assists and chances created this season in the Premier League. Only one other club has a player topping the charts in all three categories: which team is it, and who is the player?
4. Danny Ings will be aiming to score against his former club Aston Villa this weekend having already netted for them in the league this term. The last time someone scored for and against the same team in a Premier League season was in 2017-18, but who is the player in question?
5. Marcus Rashford is bidding to score in an eighth successive home league game this weekend. Who are the only two players to achieve this for the club in the Premier League era?
Let’s keep going, @MarcusRashford #MUFC || #UEL https://t.co/Pvd8uNmOAw pic.twitter.com/9SdKf8nWYw— Manchester United (@ManUtd) March 9, 2023
1. Emmanuel Adebayor versus Derby County
2. Sergio Aguero (6) and Alan Shearer (7)
3. Leicester City, James Maddison
4. Henrikh Mkhitaryan, for and against Manchester United
5. Wayne Rooney (8 between December 2009-March 2010) and Cristiano Ronaldo (10 between March-November 2008)