This most peculiar of Premier League seasons resumes this weekend with leaders Everton facing Southampton – and a notable nemesis.
Champions Liverpool tackle an out-of-sorts Sheffield United and last season's runners-up Manchester City meet West Ham, who produced that utterly amazing comeback against Tottenham last week.
Spurs are good value to bounce back against Burnley, particularly given Harry Kane's recent record, and Hugo Lloris might fancy a first clean sheet of the season.
There's also the small matter of Manchester United versus Chelsea, where Bruno Fernandes will hope to keep racking up those fantasy points. He's just one of our Opta-powered tips for you this week.
Spurs will want to get that collapse against West Ham out of their system swiftly, and a trip to Burnley might just be exactly what they need.
The Clarets have only beaten Spurs twice in 12 Premier League meetings and Jose Mourinho has never lost to them in nine games as a manager.
Lloris will hope this is the moment for a first shutout of the season. He's certainly earned one: of Premier League keepers to play at least 10 games since August 2018, only Emiliano Martinez (81 per cent) has a better save percentage than Lloris (75.4 per cent). Lloris has saved 193 of the 252 most recent shots on target he has faced.
If you're looking for full-back value, look no further than Aaron Cresswell.
Okay, West Ham are likely to concede at least one goal against Manchester City, but Cresswell has more assists (three) and more chances created (12) than any other Premier League defender in 2020-21.
And City are not exactly impregnable at the back – they have already conceded seven times this term.
Andy Robertson is probably the safest swap for those having to take Virgil van Dijk out of their defences.
Liverpool's left-back has more assists (three) and more overall goal involvements (he's also scored twice) since the restart in June than any other Premier League defender.
The Reds face Sheffield United, who have looked decidedly shaky of late.
It might be a stretch to predict another 4-0 win for United at home to Chelsea as it was at Old Trafford last season, but few would bet against Bruno Fernandes being involved in the thick of it.
Since his debut in the Premier League, Fernandes has scored 11 and assisted nine goals, and no other player has reached 20 goal involvements in the competition in that time.
Chelsea have also conceded three goals in two of their past three league matches.
Simply put, Raheem Sterling loves playing against West Ham.
The City forward has six goals and five assists in his past six league starts against the Hammers, a run that includes a hat-trick in a 5-0 win at London Stadium last season.
In fact, Pep Guardiola has won all nine games against West Ham as a manager, his joint-best record against a single opponent alongside Watford and Bournemouth.
Everton are tough opponents for anyone right now, but that does not change the fact that Danny Ings has always rather enjoyed facing them.
The Southampton striker has scored in four of his five appearances against the Toffees in all competitions, including in both games last season.
Only against Spurs (five) has he scored more goals for Saints.
Harry Kane has been flying this season and there is every chance his form continues against Burnley on Monday.
Kane has managed six goals and two assists in his past four Premier League games against the Clarets and hit a hat-trick at Turf Moor three years ago.
Spurs have also scored 11 in just two away games in the league this term.