Liverpool kick off the Premier League weekend at home to Newcastle United in the early game.
The Reds have won their first four games - including impressive results at home to Arsenal and away at Burnley - and are two points clear of Manchester City at the top.
Newcastle are 14th with four points from four games, with their only win of the season a surprising 1-0 victory away at Tottenham .
Liverpool won this fixture at Anfield 4-0 last year, with goals from Dejan Lovren, Mohamed Salah (pen), Xherdan Shaqiri and Fabinho.
Jurgen Klopp will be looking for his team to continue their fine form which could extend to 14 wins in a row, a club record.
Here's all you need to know before the match.
When is the match?
Where is the match taking place?
The match will take place at Liverpool’s home stadium Anfield.
What TV channel is the match on?
The match will be broadcasted live on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport ultimate.
Can I live stream the match?
BT Sport customers can stream the match through the BT Sport app on all different devices.
Liverpool team news
There are no fresh injury concerns for the Reds after the international break with the squad for the last game at Burnley all available for selection.
Goalkeeper Alison Becker is still out with a calf injury, while midfielder Naby Keita is sidelined with a muscle injury and Nathaniel Clyne has a knee injury.
Newcastle team news
Newcastle have some injuries to a couple of first-team regulars for the lunchtime trip to Merseyside.
Andy Carroll is still out injured but is close to a return.
Allan Saint-Maximin will be out until October with a bad hamstring injury, while Dwight Gayle and Florian Lejune are also sidelined.
Matt Ritchie will be out for two months after picking up an injury during the League Cup defeat to Leicester .
On a positive note for the Magpies, De Andre Yedlin could be fit for Saturday, and Fabian Schar played the full 90 minutes for Switzerland against both Republic of Ireland and Gibraltar, scoring against the Irish.
Betting Odds from Thepools.com
Mo Salah 5/2
Sadio Mane 3/1
Roberto Firminho 16/5