BT Sport viewers can look forward to three more live Aviva Premiership matches this weekend, including Saracens v Bath Rugby in the Sunday afternoon slot.
Last season's league winners welcome Bath to Allianz Park on September 22nd (2pm kick-off) on the back of convincing wins against London Irish and Gloucester.
After two games, Sarries find themselves in the position they ended the 2012-13 league campaign - top of the table.
Ultimately, the side's title charge unravelled in the play-off semi-final against Northampton Saints, but again Mark McCall's outfit look like one of the teams to beat.
Bath head to the capital with their own 100 per cent record intact, having beaten Newcastle Falcons 0-21 live on BT Sport, and slayed Leicester Tigers in an impressive 27-20 win last time out.
Gary Gold's men will be hoping to spring another surprise against Saracens this weekend - with a win capable of sending them top of the table, depending on other results.
BT Sport viewers have two other televised games to look forward to this weekend, including Worcester Warriors v Harlequins on Friday September 20th (7:45pm kick-off).
Worcester have picked up a solitary point in their opening two games; a losing bonus in a narrow 18-20 reverse against London Irish.
Quins started well with a 15-16 win against London Wasps at Twickenham, but were beaten at home last week by Northampton Saints.
Northampton are themselves in action on BT Sport this weekend, when they take on Gloucester Rugby (Saturday September 21st, 3:15pm kick-off).
The Saints travel west having won both their opening fixtures, picking up nine points in victories against Exeter Chiefs and Harlequins.
Gloucester, on the other hand, sit rock bottom after two games, following defeats against Sale Sharks and Saracens.
BT Sport is to show a total of 69 live matches from the Aviva Premiership this season, and for at least the next three years.