Tottenham and Stoke City will both be in search of a first Premier League point this season when they square off at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Spurs began the 2015/16 campaign with a 1-0 loss away to Manchester United last Saturday, where Kyle Walker's own-goal proved the difference between the sides at Old Trafford.
The Potters, meanwhile, went down to Liverpool by the same scoreline, with Reds midfielder Philippe Coutinho snatching the points with a sensational strike at the Britannia Stadium 24 hours later.
Both Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino and Stoke counterpart Mark Hughes will now be expecting a positive response from their players, although the former has an attacking conundrum to solve, with Harry Kane the only recognised first-choice striker at the north London club.
That comes after Emmanuel Adebayor was told he no longer features in Pochettino's plans, while Roberto Soldado has travelled to Spain ahead of his proposed move to Villarreal.
However, Clinton N'Jie could come straight into the starting XI after completing his move from Lyon, while goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and defender Danny Rose are both set to return, having sat out the loss to United through injury.
For Stoke, club-record signing Xherdan Shaqiri is set to make his debut following his £12m arrival from Inter Milan, while Chelsea loanee Marco van Ginkel will also be hoping for his chance to impress.
Bojan Krkic is not expected to play any part, though, as he looks to regain his fitness with the Under-21 side, while Peter Odemwingie is a doubt with a hamstring strain.