Bath Rugby v Leicester Tigers is the big televised game from the Aviva Premiership this weekend - one of three matches to be broadcast live on BT Sport.
The two sides are unbeaten so far this season, having won their opening two league fixtures.
Bath followed up their Week 1 win against Sale Sharks (29-20) with a 53-26 victory over newly-promoted London Welsh.
And Leicester Tigers built upon their 36-17 triumph over Newcastle Falcons with a narrow 24-20 win away at Exeter Chiefs, in a game shown live on BT Sport.
Bath narrowly missed out on qualification for the end of season play-offs in 2013-14, losing their place in the top four to Harlequins on the last day.
Leicester Tigers finished third in the Aviva Premiership league table, but came unstuck in their semi-final against the eventual champions Northampton Saints.
A win for either side this Saturday September 20th (kick-off 3:15pm) could see them go top of the table, depending on the result in the match between London Irish and Saracens.
BT Sport viewers have two other games to look forward to this weekend, starting with Gloucester Rugby v Exeter Chiefs at 7:45pm on Friday September 19th.
Both XVs have won one and lost one of their opening games, with Gloucester losing 53-6 to Northampton and beating Sale Sharks 34-27, and Exeter thumping London Welsh 52-0 prior to their defeat against Leicester.
However, fourth-place Exeter sit five places higher than Gloucester at present, having claimed a bonus point in each of their opening matches.
The third game of the weekend on BT Sport is Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Saints, which is live at 2pm on Sunday September 21st.
Newcastle sit second-bottom - the position they finished last season - after two matches, having lost to Leicester (36-17) and London Irish (20-18).
The champions Northampton started well with a 53-6 trouncing of Gloucester in Week 1, but came unstuck last week against London Wasps.
Dai Young's side scored two tries in three second-half minutes en route to a 20-16 win at Adams Park.