To mark this potentially thrilling day of action, here at Planet Sport we decided to put together a mouth-watering treble.
Then, just because we're so nice, we decided to boost the price even further! Here are the selections…
Lazio vs Cagliari
After falling to their first defeat of the season, Lazio will be looking to bounce back in style when they host Cagliari.
Despite that slip-up, it must be remembered that Lazio - alongside Roma and Inter - are the league's joint top scorers having found the net on nine occasions.
That certainly spells bad news for Cagliari who have lost two of their opening three games and conceded nine goals in the process.
If that wasn't bad enough, Gli Isolani have serious injury worries and could be without as many as seven players.
With that in mind, our first addition to the treble is a home victory for the Eagles.
Verona vs AS Roma
Six games, six wins, 19 goals scored and just four conceded. It's fair to say that Jose Mourinho is enjoying a good start to his new managerial tenure.
AS Roma are flying on all fronts and are currently sitting pretty at the top of the Serie A table.
Verona, on the other hand, are in complete shambles. The club currently sits second-bottom having lost all three of their opening league games.
What's more, their most recent defeat - 1-0 loss to Bologna - cost Eusebio Di Francesco his job as the manager was sacked just months into his new role.
Igor Tudor is the new man in charge and he certainly has a mountain to climb this weekend. Verona have only recorded one win over Roma from their previous 19 encounters. If that wasn't enough, they could be without four players - all of whom are facing muscle injuries.
Roma's away record left a lot to be desired last season but a lot has changed since then. I Giallorossi look like genuine title contenders and they should get the job done against a desperate Verona outfit.
Juventus vs AC Milan
I Rossoneri are flying having won all three of their opening Serie A games. What's more, Stefano Pioli's side have scored seven goals and conceded just one in the process.
Juventus, on the other hand, have endured a nightmare start to the season. Two defeats and one draw saw the club drop to 16th place in the table.
Looking at the performances alone, Juve haven't actually played that bad. However, continuous errors from goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny have cost the Old Lady at least six points.
As the saying goes, you can take a man out of Arsenal but you can't take the Arsenal out of a man. If Szczesny is back in net against Milan, the visitors could have a field day considering the weaponry to their disposal up front.
What's more, Pioli's men have a good record against Juve, winning two of the last three encounters.
Bearing everything in mind, the guests are the ones to back this weekend.