Surely the biggest mismatch of the Premier League season so far takes place on Friday evening when Liverpool play host to Huddersfield Town at Anfield.
The Terriers prop up the table and are already relegated, having won just three games this season, while the Reds are chasing the title, having only been beaten once in the league.
And to make things worse for Town fans, their team has not even scored a goal against the Merseysiders since April 1962.
A fast start will be what the Reds are looking for, and while they have struggled to make an early breakthrough in most of their recent outings, they will surely be keen to try and get on top as early as possible.
It took Liverpool nearly an hour to break down Cardiff City last time out and they will not want to have the nerves starting to jangle amongst the Anfield faithful against the Terriers.
It is difficult to see just how Town can get anything from this game, with the home side gunning for a seventh straight league victory.
And the margin of victory has to be expected to be relatively comfortable, even if Liverpool have not quite been at their fluent best recently.
A Reds victory by a three-goal margin at 11/4 is also worthy of consideration, unless you think Jurgen Klopp’s side will take their foot off the pedal once they have the game done and dusted.
There has to be a crumb of comfort on offer for the visitors and in recent times it has come from the form of January recruit Karlan Grant.
The former Charlton Athletic youngster has scored four times in 10 appearances for the Terriers and is already Town’s leading scorer in the league this season.
So if the visitors are to enjoy a moment to savour on Friday, striker Grant looks likely to be the player to deliver.