The Aviva Premiership returns this weekend after a month off for European rugby, with BT Sport set to air three games, including a Sunday double-header.
Leicester Tigers v Saracens looks the pick of the televised games, as the side that topped last year's league table travel to Welford Road.
More often than not, Leicester v Sarries would be a top-of-the-table clash, but not in 2014-15. There's little doubt that the home side have lost some of their invincibility in the last couple of years, and are no longer the force of old.
A slow start to the season has seen Richard Cockerill's side win just three of their opening six games, leaving Leicester in eighth place in the table.
Saracens have again started brightly and currently lie second on 22 points. The Londoners are just three points behind last year's eventual champions Northampton Saints, and know a win could return them to the top.
Saracens will fancy their chances of heaping more misery on Leicester, but they'll have to work hard for the points - Welford Road is never an easy place for travelling sides.
The game kicks off at 1pm on Sunday November 16th and will be shown live on BT Sport 1.
A Friday night clash between Gloucester and Harlequins at Kingsholm (kick-off 7:45pm) gets the televised action underway this weekend.
Both sides have similar records at this stage of the season, having won three and lost three so far, and a win here could make a big difference to their prospects.
Gloucester currently lie sixth in the table - one place above their London opponents - by virtue of claiming an additional losing bonus point.
A top four finish isn't out of the question for either side, but both Gloucester and Quins need to find a little more consistency if they are going to push for the play-offs.
The third televised game of the weekend sees Wasps host London Welsh - the side rooted to the bottom of the Aviva Premiership table - on Sunday at 3:15pm.
Wasps are another side with a won three, lost three record so far in 2014/15. But what would Welsh give for that kind of record?
The promoted side are already cut adrift at the bottom of the table, having claimed just a single point in their first six outings.
It remains to be seen whether they can fare any better against Wasps - and also whether many home fans are in attendance at Adams Park.
Wasps - a club traditionally based in Sudbury - recently announced plans to move from Wycombe to a new permanent home in Coventry, at the Ricoh Arena.
The decision has drawn criticism from supporters, many of whom have threatened to end their association with the club.