Premiership newboys Hull City are preparing themselves and their fans for the greatest triumph in the team's 104-year history on Saturday, when it's entirely possible the Tigers will be sitting atop the Premier League!
City have started off well, with a 2-1 defeat of Fulham on the opening day, and a gritty 1-1 draw at Blackburn on Saturday leaving them in the fourth Champions League spot on 4 points.
With Liverpool and Chelsea not playing until Sunday, a Hull win against pointless Wigan Athletic could see them leapfrog over Paul Ince's Blackburn to sit proudly on top of the league 100% of bookmakers said they would be relegated from.
Hull boss Phil Brown is not getting carried away with his side's early success though. He said:
"Aye, the's a long wayda go yet. We'll take it one game at a tyme. It's a marathon not a sprint. Game of two halves. And any other cliches you want to add!"
One concern for Hull is Brown's previously-unknown health condition. Asked about it by the BBC's Harry Gration, the cheerful Geordie laughed:
"Oh, aye. It's nuthin'. Just a bit of vertigo!"