Sky Sports kicked off its biggest ever Premier League season last week and there was no shortage of its usual dose of shocks and fireworks.
The Sky cameras travelled to Wales to witness the opening fixture between Swansea and the reigning champions Manchester United as David Moyes' boys cruised to the spoils.
It's time for the men of Brendan Rodgers from Liverpool to take centre stage as they face a tricky trip to Aston Villa a week after edging out Stoke City in their opener.
Meanwhile, Paul Lambert's men have had a daunting start to their campaign but have coped admirably, stunning Arsenal at the Emirates and unluckily going down with a fight at Chelsea on Wednesday night.
Villa and Liverpool are two entertaining teams and not always the most consistent but on their day are a stern test for any opposition and Villa Park should provide a pulsating encounter, live on Sky Sports 1 on Saturday from 5pm.
And on Sunday from 3.30pm on Sky Sports 1, it's the turn of Manuel Pellegrini and his Manchester City to strut their stuff at the home of the top-flight's new boys Cardiff City.
Malky Mackay will be pulling out all the stops to steer his Cardiff team to their first points of the season after losing to West Ham last week, while City look to rumble on following their 4-0 destruction of Newcastle.
And there's a whole load more after the weekend with Manchester United hosting Chelsea live on Sky Sports 1 on Monday Night Football with Jamie Carragher teaming up with Gary Neville again.
Aston Villa v Liverpool
5pm, Sky Sports 1, Saturday
Cardiff City v Manchester City
3.30pm, Sky Sports 1, Sunday
Manchester United v Chelsea
7pm, Monday, Sky Sports 1
It all starts on Saturday morning, though, when Helen Chamberlain and Max Rushden continue their antics on Soccer AM with fun, features, guests and much more.
Then Jeff Stelling and his team take over with all the goals, big stories and banter on Soccer Saturday.
After all the results are in from the 3pm kick-offs, Jamie Redknapp joins David Jones in front of a live studio audience for debate about the day's big issues and to preview and react to Liverpool's visit to Villa in Saturday Night Football.
Then, of course, Kammy and Ben Shephard will be back on the Goals on Sunday sofa with highlights of all the weekend's games, chat to live guests and look ahead to City's visit to Cardiff.
And to round-off a cracking weekend, United and Chelsea face each other in a mouth-watering showdown with Carragher and Neville having the final say on Monday Night Football.
Sky Sports viewers can look forward to:
43 live Premier League matches by December 1 - at least three matches every week
Every team shown by October 6 and at least twice by December 1
Every clash between last season's top four
24 of 32 live matches involving top four sides
Nine derbies including Manchester, North London, North East and South Wales
All three promoted sides by the end of August
The three big summer managerial moves all live on the opening weekend
A match from all 20 Premier League grounds
The only place to watch the Premier League live across Saturday, Sunday and Monday
To see Sky Sports' live Premier League fixtures visit the Live on Sky section