FC Twente will be looking to make it five wins out of five in the Eredivisie this season when they visit Willem II on Saturday.
Steve McClaren's side have been in great early-season form and sit two points clear of Vitesse Arnhem at the top of the fledgling table.
Twente have already despatched VVV-Venlo, NEC, NAC Breda and Groningen and will fancy their chances when they face Willem, a team who they hold a good record against. Summer signing Felipe Gutierrez has been an instant hit with the Twente fans and the Chile international has been impressed by the club.
"In all facets it is a top club,'' he told ELF Football Magazine. "The way Twente is organised is great, everything down to the last detail.''
The former Universidad Catolica forward has been compared to ex-Twente ace Bryan Ruiz and is ready to emulate his achievements during his spell at the Enschede club.
"We are both left footed and play preferably at number 10. I know that he was the great idol here. Well, what can I say. I would like to go down the same route as Bryan walked.''
Willem have gone 13 home league matches without a win against Twente but appear to slowly be getting their season on track. Jurgen Streppel saw his side lose their opening two fixtures but back-to-back draws against Groningen and NAC Breda will have given them hope of turning the corner.
Ajax host RKC Waalwijk with both sides sat on eight points in the table with two wins and two draws apiece in the first month of the campaign. The news that Iceland international striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson has been ruled out for four months with a shoulder problem will have been unwelcome by Ajax coach Frank de Boer, whose side have already hit the back of the net on 15 occasions in the league.
PSV Eindhoven started the season with three successive victories before stumbling to a 3-2 defeat to RKC Waalwijk before the international break. Dick Advocaat's side will be looking to get back into the winning routine when they travel to Utrecht on Sunday. Utrecht have had a mixed start to the season, collecting five points in the first three fixtures but then losing at home to Feyenoord.
VVV-Venlo, who have only taken a single point from their opening four games, will be looking to kick-start their season at home to NEC. NAC Breda travel to Heracles on Sunday with both sides looking for their opening win of the season.
Elsewhere Zwolle visit Feyenoord, AZ Alkmaar face Roda JC and Heerenveen host ADO Den Haag and Vitesse Arnhem travel to Groningen.