Match of the weekend: Fulham v Arsenal
In a weekend of few, if any, standout Premier League matches, this one is probably the most interesting.
Considering Fulham took four points from the Gunners last season without conceding a goal, they certainly have recent pedigree against Arsene Wenger's side.
Arsenal's resilience and mental strength away from home will be under scrutiny. It's one thing blowing away Wigan at home, but travelling to play in a London derby is quite another.
Opposition sides know they have to stop them playing football so Wenger can expect a tough game, full of fierce challenges and a gritty, battling performance from Fulham.
Do they have the fight to compete at Craven Cottage? It will be interesting to see.
Upset of the weekend: Tottenham v Burnley
This could be a difficult game for Tottenham. They were totally outplayed by Manchester United before losing their way against Chelsea, despite enjoying a decent enough start at Stamford Bridge.
It's been a tough couple of weeks, but their fans will expect them to beat Burnley at White Hart Lane. However, many of them will remember how well the Clarets played during the first half of last season's Carling Cup semi-final.
Yes, they were ultimately blown away but they did enough before the break - and in the return leg at Turf Moor, which they won - to suggest they will be no pushovers on Saturday.
Burnley have not changed a great deal since that tie, whereas Tottenham have. And of course, Redknapp's side have real injury problems at the back, which will not help.
While their home record is fantastic, they are yet to prove themselves on the road this season. But Spurs could well become their first scalp this weekend.
Player to watch: David Nugent
Nugent's brace last weekend, and the fact he may have a point to prove to Harry Redknapp, marks him out as this week's player to watch.
I like Nugent and firmly believe his only mistake was in deciding to go to Portsmouth. He simply signed for the wrong club.
Redknapp never played him on the south coast and as a striker, you need minutes on the pitch.
If he'd gone to the right club, he'd be in the England squad. He's got a good touch, good movement, he can score goals, he can play wide, he can go through the middle.
When looking at some of the players who are in the England squad at the moment, I can't help but think he is more of a complete package. He just has not had enough regular Premier League football to prove himself.
The goals he scored against Sunderland were quality goals - the kind he used to score for Preston in the Championship. He's still got it in him and if he gets on the scoresheet again against his former boss, it will be quite some story.
Under pressure: Phil Brown
I know I keep going back to the same man, but after last weekend's defeat to Birmingham, Phil Brown is a man under real pressure this weekend.
If Hull cannot win at home against teams who they are competing with to stay in the top flight, the future is bleak indeed.
And with Liverpool away to contend with this weekend, defeat for the Tigers is likely. Another week, another loss.
Where are the points they need to stay up this season going to come from?
Brown needs to find something from somewhere, and soon, or his job could be put in real danger.