Harry Kane will look to continue his excellent start to Bundesliga life this weekend when Bayern Munich face RB Leipzig.
TheEngland captain has seven goals in his first five league appearances for the German giants and scored a hat-trick last time out against Bochum.
The striker also bagged a couple of assists, and he's becoming a fans' favourite at the Allianz Arena already.
But Leipzig have started the season well and sit just one point behind Bayern in fourth.
And in Xavi Simons they have one of the Bundesliga's in-form players, so will pose a threat to Bayern.
This Bundesliga clash will take place on Saturday, September 29.
Kick-off at the Red Bull Arena is scheduled for 5:30pm UK time.
The match will be broadcast on Sky Sports Football, with their coverage starting at 5:20pm.
Sky Go customers will be able to stream the clash through their laptops and mobile devices.
Alternatively, viewers can purchase a one-day NOW TV membership for £11.99 or a monthly subscription for £34.99.
The hosts are likely to be without several of their star players.
Dani Olmo has a minor knee injury and joins Amadou Haidara on the sidelines.
Timo Werner scored the winner last weekend but is also doubtful.
Willi Orban is definitely out with a long-term injury.
Meanwhile, Bayern are without Thomas Muller due to a groin strain and Serge Gnabry has broken his arm.
Manuel Neuer is still unable to return and Matthijs de Ligt suffered a knee injury at the weekend.
Kane is hoping to emulate the great Gerd Muller's achievements at Bayern.
He said: «The biggest pressure I put on myself. I want to achieve something.
»I wanted to find out what he was like and how he played. He was an incredible goalscorer, and from what I hear, above all, an incredible person. For meRead on talksport.com