It is the battle of the unbeaten sides at the Valley, as Charlton Athletic and Hull City go head to head.
The Addicks have made a solid start under Guy Luzon, earning an impressive 2-0 victory over freshly relegated Queens Park Rangers on the opening day.
They then ensured no slip-ups in the Capital One Cup by thumping Dagenham & Redbridge 4-1, before leaving the iPro Stadium with a well-earned point against promotion favourites Derby County.
A clean sheet at Nottingham Forest on Tuesday leaves them in the Play-Off places and they will be hoping it is a sign of things to come, as they aim for a return to the Premier League after a nine-season absence.
Hull are looking to bounce straight back into the top-flight and have made as good a start as any.
Steve Bruce knows what it takes to get out of the Championship and his side look up for it, after recording consecutive home victories over Huddersfield Town and Fulham.
They will be slightly disappointed not to have three wins from three, though, as Allan McGregor’s howler cost them three points against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Molineux but, nevertheless, they are on the right tracks.
The two sides last met in the 2012/13 season when a 0-0 draw at the Valley was followed by a 1-0 Hull victory at the KC Stadium – a result which helped them on their way to gaining promotion.