Before we can take a breath for the upcoming international break, it is time for two more days of chaotic Premier League action.
The games have been coming thick and fast – a bit too fast for Spurs and Jose Mourinho, who are literally playing every couple of days at the moment.
A break in play would probably have been welcomed by most clubs but instead many players will be jetting off around the world to represent their countries.
Before the passports are dug out, there are 10 matches to complete on the domestic front over Saturday and Sunday.
Chelsea and Crystal Palace kick-off proceedings at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, followed by Everton at home to Brighton, Leeds United versus Manchester City and then Newcastle United playing host to Burnley.
Six games then take place on Sunday, starting with the early matches between Leicester and West Ham, plus Southampton against West Bromwich Albion.
These are followed by Arsenal's match with Sheffield United at the Emirates and Wolves against Fulham. The game of the weekend sees Manchester United face old manager Jose Mourinho and Spurs at Old Trafford, with the action coming to a close with Aston Villa's clash against champions Liverpool.
To see our predictions for the upcoming matches, look through the photo gallery above and click on the arrows or swipe.