Paris Saint-Germain have made a flawless start to the season, winning all seven of their Ligue 1 games so far.
The latest team seeking to halt the PSG juggernaut are Montpellier, who are unbeaten in their last three games.
The big news ahead of this one is that Lionel Messi will be watching on from the stands after suffering an injury, but the remaining two members of the Parisian's infamous front three should feature.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of Saturday evening's game...
How to watch of PSG vs Montpellier on TV/live stream
When is it being played? Saturday 25 September, 20:00 (BST)
Where is it being played? Parc des Princes
TV channel? BT Sport (UK), beIN Sports (US)
Highlights? Ligue 1 YouTube Channel
Referee? Anthony Gautier
VAR? Frederic Haquette
PSG team news
Aside from Messi, Mauricio Pochettino also has Sergio Ramos, Marco Verratti, Juan Bernat, Ismael Gharbi out. Layvin Kurzawa and Colin Dagba are doubtful, leaving him short in both full-back positions.
Montpellier team news
Long-term absentees Ambroise Oyongo, Pedro Mendes and Thibault Tamas will not feature on Saturday.
In better news, defender Matheus Thuler should slot back into defence after serving a suspension. Mamadou Sakho, meanwhile, is unlikely to feature.
PSG predicted lineup
PSG: Donnarumma, Hakimi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Diallo; Danilo, Herrera, Wijnaldum; Neymar, Icardi, Mbappe.
Montpellier: Omlin; Sambia, Esteve, Thuler, Ristic; Ferri, Chotard; Mollet, Savanier, Mavididi, Germain
PSG vs Montpellier head-to-head record
These two sides have faced off plenty of times previously, with PSG winning 29 of the 66 meetings overall.
In recent memory, the Parisians have inflicted some heavy defeats too - beating Montpellier 5-0 during the 2019/20 season and 4-0 last campaign.
You have to go back to the 2018/19 term for their last win over PSG, and that was attained when their opponents already had the title sown up.
PSG vs Montpellier score prediction
PSG have showed little signs of repeating last season's slip-up, when Lille clinched the Ligue 1 title despite their vastly inferior resources.
Montpellier will have their work cut out to prevent this becoming embarrassing and you should expect the hosts to win easily here - even without Messi.
Mbappe and Neymar should have a field day and there is always a chance of penalty box prowler Mauro Icardi getting in on the act too.
PSG 4-0 Montpellier