Heeellllo hello! This week's 12.30pm kickoff in the Championship again involves Burnley as they host Birmingham City at Turf Moor. There's plenty to get through between now and kickoff, so let's get right to it...
Sean Dyche goes with the same XI that started last weekend's opener at Leeds United. Sam Vokes would have been hoping for a start after scoring the Clarets' late equaliser at Elland Road, but Dyche sticks with Jelle Vossen and Lukas Jutkiewicz in attack.
Like Dyche, Gary Rowett names the same side that started the Blues' first league game of the season against Reading. Rowett made eight changes for the midweek League Cup tie against Bristol Rovers, but reverts back to his first-choice XI for the trip to Turf Moor.
As mentioned above, Birmingham are going for three wins in a row today after recording back-to-back 2-1 wins over Reading and Bristol Rovers in the league and Capital One Cup respectively. Today's game will be a sterner test than those two games and Burnley start the game as favourites, despite drawing at Leeds and then losing to Port Vale in the Cup.
Burnley's defeat at Port Vale was one of several shocks in the first round of the League Cup in midweek. Dyche made just four changes for the match against the League One side and had the likes of Vokes, Vossen, George Boyd and Michael Kightly in from the start. He'll be looking for a big response today in what is Burnley's first home game of the season.
H2H: Burnley have won just two of their last nine home matches against the Blues, but one of those victories was their last meeting at Turf Moor when Danny Ings scored twice in a 3-0 win en route to Burnley's promotion in 2014.
Burnley will be glad to return home today, but they haven't scored in any of their last four league games at Turf Moor. If they fail to break down Birmingham, it will be the first time in their history they have gone five home league home without scoring. The longer they go without scoring, the more nervy they are likely to get when a chance presents itself.
One man who can't play for the home side today is Rouwen Hennings. The German striker joined the Clarets yesterday, but he hasn't received international clearance yet. He could feature at Ipswich Town on Tuesday, though.
Right-back Tendayi Darikwa is making his home debut for the Clarets and he's just got a warm round of applause from the home supporters for nicking the ball away from Jon Toral and coolly redistributing the ball.
PENALTY APPEAL! Shouts for a penalty from the home fans as Mee's floated cross towards Jutkiewicz is plucked out of the sky by Kuszczak. The striker probably wouldn't have got to it, but Spector clumsily bundled over his man and that could have easily been given.
One thing Birmingham will want to do today is create more shooting opportunties for the likes of Clayton Donaldson. In the 2-1 win over Reading, the Blues mustered a league-low five attempts on goal, including blocked shots.
The Blues were clinical last week and they're doing it again at Turf Moor. Kuszczak's long kick is nodded into the path of Toral from Donaldson and the on-loan Arsenal man makes it two goals in two league games for the Blues with a crisp low volley with his left foot. Fine finish.
This time it's Birmingham with a corner that Cotterill delivers. It's headed more up, than away and Gray is hanging around on the edge of the box. He takes on a first-time volley and can't get it anywhere near the target.
Burnley continuing to see plenty of the ball, but they just can't break the visitors down. It was outlined before the match how much Birmingham have improved defensively under Rowett and you can see that on show today.
Donaldson with some good hold-up play again, chesting it down for Cotterill, whose ambitious effort from 30 yards is high and wide. Birmingham aren't seeing loads of the ball, but they look good when they do have it.
SAVE! Darikwa's cross looks like it's behind the play, but Kightly has held his run and nods the ball towards Jutkiewicz. He does well to turn the ball goalwards on the volley, but his effort is too close to Kuszczak, who makes another easy save.
SAVE! What a hit this is from Gleeson! A bouncing ball reaches the Birmingham midfielder and he can't turn down the tempter from at least 30 yards. His dipping volley is on target and has to be tipped over by Heaton.
Looking at the first-half stats, you'd think that Birmingham were the better side - they had more possession (59%) and more shots on target (four to Birmingham's two), but that just wasn't the case. A perfect away performance from the visitors so far.
Rowett won't like this one bit. First, Cotterill gives away a cheap free kick on the right and then Birmingham defend the set piece poorly. Kightly's cross is flicked on by Vossen at the near post before reaching an unmarked Keane at the back stick to head home from a couple of yards.
SAVE! Birmingham look to restore their lead quickly as Donaldson gets in behind and fires a shot across goal that Heaton keeps out. Moments earlier, Cotterill went down in the box, but Coote didn't think that there was enough contact.
The momentum has completely switched at Turf Moor. Burnley are all over Birmingham at the moment and the crowd are right behind them as Keane heads over from a Jones corner. Birmingham just need to slow things down a bit.
Burnley aren't happy about it, but it's Birmingham who score the third of the match. The Blues broke well again and Toral laid it into Donaldson, who fell very softly as Darikwa crossed paths with his run. Each replay makes it look harsher and harsher on Burnley. Caddis stepped up and slammed the penalty down the middle.
CLOSE! Birmingham left-back Grounds shows off some neat footwork in the box after being able to bring the ball down with his chest in the box. His shot is headed for the corner until Duff gets in the way, a crucial block.
The Burnley crowd think that Birmingham's players are going down very easily and they're angry when play is stopped for Donaldson lying on the turf. However, it was a hefty collision with Heaton and the striker has to receive treatment.
He might have made the wrong call with the penalty, but you have to credit Coote for his refereeing there. He initially played advantage before bringing play back because Burnley's cross came to nothing.
CLOSE! So close to a winner for Burnley as Taylor's corner is inadvertently flicked towards goal by Kiefenbeld. It grazes Duff's knee in the six-yard box but somehow goes through and out of play. Birmingham hanging on here.
Both sides maintain their unbeaten starts to the season and it's hard to say which manager will be happier. Rowett will feel that his side should have claimed three poitns, while Dyche will claim that the penalty should never have been given and that his side were the ones pushing for a winner.
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RUGBY SEVENS · Team GB get their campaign underway with two matches, against Canada and Japan (from 1.30am)
SWIMMING · One of Team GB's biggest gold medal hopes, Adam Peaty will take part in the 100m breaststroke final. (3.12am)
· Ariarne Titmus and Katie Ledecky go head to head for gold in the women's 400m freestyle final (3.20am)
DIVING · Tom Daley and Matty Lee take part in the men's 10m synchro final (7am-8am)
ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS · The men's team final takes place (11am)