Isn't the Premier League great? How much better has the last week been than the international dross that preceded it?
And after a midweek round of fixtures the games roll on this weekend with 10 more games, so let's get excited about it!
Premier League bingo returns to preview the action. Have a trawl through and see how many points are up for grabs this week.
Tottenham vs Watford (12.30pm)
5 point: Spurs win. They have never lost a Premier League game to Watford and have won their last 10 in the league at White Hart Lane.
15 points: Troy Deeney adds Tottenham to the already 41-strong list of teams he has scored against in his career. He has no goals in four games against Spurs so far.
25 points: Watford field no defenders at all. Manager Walter Mazzarri this week claimed his side will face Spurs "without a defence" due to injuries. We look forward to seeing his 0-4-6 formation.
Man City vs Hull (3pm)
5 points: Sergio Aguero adds to his nine goals in his last nine games.
15 points: Pep spends record time rubbing his head as City struggle to find a goal.
25 points: Man City go a fifth Premier League game without a win. Pep admits his team may struggle for a Champions League place after admitting his side's title hopes are over following the defeat at Chelsea.
Middlesbrough vs Burnley (3pm)
5 points: If there is a goal. Boro have scored just 12 home goals this season; Burnley have netted only nine times on the road.
15 points: The pundits on Sky bemoan the fact English managers don't get top job as these teams play out a dull stalemate but defend with passion, grit and determination.
25 points: Steve Agnew, ever the optimist, finally admits Boro are going down after they fail to win yet again.
Stoke vs Liverpool (3pm)
5 points: Philippe Coutinho makes it three goals in three games, having previously scored just once since early November.
15 points: Jonathan Walters adds to his six Premier League goals against Liverpool - making them his favourite opponent.
25 points: Charlie Adam does this again. Please.
West Brom vs Southampton (3pm)
5 points: A header is scored.
15 points: Southampton win as Tony Pulis' quest to reach 50 points hits for the first time another stumbling block.
25 points: Paul Merson calls the Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Foster and the West Brom keeper Ben Forster.
West Ham vs Swansea (3pm)
5 points: Andy Carroll adds to his five goals and three assists in his last six games against Swansea. Sky's pundits question whether Swansea have the 'fight' in them stay up.
15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson sets up a goal to go clear at the top of the assists chart. He currently has 11.
25 points: The West Ham hierachy lose patience with Slaven Bilic after another mediocre display. He is sacked.
Bournemouth vs Chelsea (5.30pm)
5 points: The Chelsea juggernaut rolls on with a comfortable win. They have scored seven in their previous two games against Bournemouth.
15 points: Diego Costa goes a fourth Premier League game without a goal for the first time ever.
25 points: Bournemouth get a result and the title race is declared 'ON' once again.
Sunderland vs Manchester United (1.30pm)
5 points: United go a 21st consecutive game unbeaten. With another draw.
15 points: David Moyes greets a Sunderland goal with a muted celebration against his former club.
25 points: David Moyes greets a Sunderland goal by going absolutely crazy, removing his shirt and charging down the touchline.
Everton vs Leicester (4pm)
5 points: Ross Barkley fails to impress again and the commentators wonder 'what might have been' with a player still only 23 but apparently not fulfilling his potential.
15 points: Two in-form strikers Romelu Lukaku and Jamie Vardy both score.
25 points: Craig Shakespeare becomes only the third manager ever to win their first six Premier League games.
Crystal Palace vs Arsenal (8pm)
5 points: Mesut Ozil adds a third assist in three games after setting goals up against Manc City and West Ham.
15 points: Old foe Sam Allardyce subjects Arsene Wenger to his first ever Premier League defeat against Crystal Palace.
25 points: Emiliano Martinez makes it four clean sheets in five Premier League games.