The Premier League table is beginning to take shape even after five games of the season.
As well as looking which managers may already fear for their job, LiveScore assess the impact of a couple of Premier League new boys.
Eyes on the bosses
We are only five games into the Premier League season and there is already pressure on a number of managers.
But which of the top-flight’s bosses could be the first to go in the 2021-22 campaign?
We take a look at the Premier League’s sack race.
While some managers fear for their job, Sean Dyche has just put pen-to-paper on a new four-year deal at Burnley.
Dyche is the longest-serving manager in the league but has only seen his Clarets pick up one point this campaign.
So was it the right move for the 50-year-old to commit his long-term future to Turf Moor?
Brentford’s impressive 2-0 victory at Wolves saw Ivan Toney score the first and set up Bryan Mbuemo for the second.
After netting 31 goals in the Championship, Toney, 25, already looks at home in the top flight — will it be an England call-up next?
That was not the only eye-catching display in the Midlands on Saturday though, as Leon Bailey helped inspire Aston Villa to a 3-0 victory over Everton.
Bailey was only on the pitch for 21 minutes as he came on for Matt Targett before limping off with eight minutes to go.
In that time he set up one goal and scored another to show Villa fans there is plenty of life post-Jack Grealish.
Before you go
There is plenty more content on the site to keep you occupied ahead of a big week of sport.
We will have all the build up to the Carabao Cup third round, as well as keeping a close eye on Whistling Straits ahead of the Ryder Cup kicking off on Friday.
And if you are a FIFA player, check out our guide to the best players on FIFA 22 ahead of its release at the end of this month.