Premier League questions: Will Spurs make Moyes sweat? Can Stoke halt their struggle?
By Andrew Dickson
Last Updated: 17/09/16 2:30pm
Just four rounds of games have been played in the Premier League but there have already been a few twists and turns.
Following Chelsea v Liverpool on Friday night, Sky Sports brings you a Super Sunday double header to look forward to as Crystal Palace play Stoke and Sunderland travel to Tottenham.
With 10 games being played between Friday and Sunday, here are 10 questions which could be answered over the course of the weekend.
Will Stoke finally get themselves in front in a game? (Crystal Palace v Stoke - Super Sunday from 1.30pm)
Stoke have made their worst ever start to a Premier League season and they haven't even led a game yet.
As well as trying to change that at Selhurst Park, they have another unwanted landmark they will be aiming to avoid too.
City are at risk of losing four consecutive Premier League matches for the first time in more than four-and-a-half years.
Their saving grace might be that Palace - who were victorious at Middlesbrough last week - haven't won back-to-back league games since December.
How much patience will Sunderland fans afford David Moyes? (Tottenham v Sunderland - Super Sunday from 4.15pm)
After their 3-0 home defeat to Everton on Monday Night Football prompted a chorus of boos from supporters, you've got to wonder.
Moyes asked for patience to get things right prior to that match after he had been given the same at Goodison Park and led the club into European competition four times.
Defeat at White Hart Lane would be unlikely to curry much favour though and the stats don't stack up well in that respect.
Tottenham are unbeaten in 12 games against Sunderland, who have also lost 13 of their last 15 league matches at the north London outfit.
Can Hull keep defy the odds and continue their good start? (Hull v Arsenal - Saturday, 3pm)
There are plenty of familiar names at the top of the Premier League but Hull - seventh and two points off the final Champions League spot - weren't expected to be among them.
Can they stay in contention against Arsenal? They'll have plenty of confidence after seven points from four games so far but history points to an away win in this one.
Since beating Arsene Wenger's men in their first Premier League meeting in 2008, Hull have lost six of their seven other top flight meetings and failed to win in four FA Cup ties.
Arsenal have also won five of their last six league games at Hull and another success would mean they've won more as an away side at the KCOM Stadium than anyone else.
Will Leicester breathe much-needed life into their title defence? (Leicester v Burnley - Saturday, 3pm)
For the second successive season, the reigning Premier League champions have begun their defence with an underwhelming four points from their first four games.
Leicester's indifferent form carries less shock value than Chelsea's 12 months ago but they will at least hope to avoid defeat in their fifth match, a result the Londoners recorded.
Burnley's results so far have been steady but Leicester are unbeaten in nine games against them and last lost a home Premier League game to a newly-promoted team in 2001.
The Clarets also have a knack of losing late goals but they have won two of their last three Premier League away games after winning just two of their previous 36 beforehand.
Will Pep take a step closer to beating Ancelotti's Premier League record? (Manchester City v Bournemouth - Saturday, 3pm)
It's been a pretty emphatic start to life under Pep Guardiola for Manchester City so far and four wins means they are the only team in the Premier League with a 100 per cent record.
Although they've conceded in every game, they have yet to trail in a match too and Carlo Ancelotti's record of wins in his first six Premier League fixtures at Chelsea is in sight.
A victory over Bournemouth - a side City defeated by four-goal margins in each of their two meetings last season - will be expected by most.
And could Kelechi Iheanacho inspire such a win? His nine Premier League goals have come from just 13 shots on target and he should play in Sergio Aguero's continued absence.
Can West Brom improve their poor form against West Ham? (West Brom v West Ham - Saturday, 3pm)
West Brom began the season with a victory at Crystal Palace but it's been largely downhill since as they've failed to win any of their following four games.
That sequence included an EFL Cup exit on penalties to Northampton and although they're 12th in the Premier League, it's been a difficult last few weeks for Tony Pulis.
After frustration in the transfer window, coming up against a West Ham side they have beaten just once in their last 11 top flight meetings might not be ideal for West Brom.
Slaven Bilic's side have scored in each of their last 17 Premier League games and this weekend's visitors have won their last two games at The Hawthorns.
By contrast, West Brom have won only one of their last 13 top flight outings and have scored just six times in that sequence.
Will Romelu Lukaku continue his return to scoring form? (Everton v Middlesbrough - Saturday, 5.30pm)
After going 1,139 minutes without a goal for Everton, it took just 11 in the second half of Monday's game at Sunderland for Romelu Lukaku to hit a hat-trick.
With that haul coming off the back of his double for Belgium in Cyprus, it's fair to say he's back in the mood in a side where he will get plenty of good service under Ronald Koeman.
Summer signings Yannick Bolasie and Idrissa Gueye both assisted him at the Stadium of Light and Ross Barkley, Kevin Mirallas and Gerard Deulofeu should all create too.
Lukaku has already scored against 20 other Premier League sides in the past. Boro will be wary of becoming number 21 and with good reason.
How will Manchester United adapt to the Europa League-enforced Thursday-Sunday schedule? (Watford v Manchester United - Sunday, Noon)
Any United fans taking for granted a 10th successive win in league meetings with Watford need only ask Tottenham supporters how tough that will be.
Spurs notoriously struggled with the schedule changes playing in the Europa League led to and Jose Mourinho's team go to Vicarage Road off the back of a tricky trip to Feyenoord.
Of course, there's a requirement to get back on track domestically after United lost the Manchester derby 2-1 to City at Old Trafford.
With their last three wins at Watford coming by a single goal though and the Hornets fresh from their 4-2 success at West Ham, the Sunday kick-off is an added complication.
Can Southampton get through 90 minutes without conceding a penalty? (Southampton v Swansea - Sunday, 2.15pm)
Southampton are another team in Sunday action because of their European commitments and they will be hopeful of a win over Swansea.
Although they have yet to win in the Premier League this season, the St Mary's side have lost just one of their previous eight league meetings with their Welsh opponents.
One of the biggest concerns for Claude Puel will be his team's conduct in their own area as they have given away penalties which have been converted in their last three games.
That has cost them a total of four points so far and made what could have been a reasonable start into a lacklustre one instead.
Can Chelsea make Stamford Bridge a fortress again? (Chelsea v Liverpool, Friday)
You have to go back to May 2015 for the last time Chelsea won three home Premier League games in a row but they will match that run if they see off Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool on the second Friday Night Football showdown.
Last season's failed title defence saw the Londoners win just five of their 19 home games and they actually picked up more points on the road.
The early signs are that Chelsea can challenge again and a win over a Liverpool side which emphatically defeated Leicester 4-1 on Saturday would send a message.
Klopp's team was of the five which won at the Bridge last term though and they have scored more goals in the league in 2016 than any other side. A home victory is far from assured.