All of Portugal's "Big Three" will be looking to make it three wins in three, but there's another team, Gil Vicente who are looking to upset the proverbial apple cart. Will Primeira Liga fans see some surprise results from matchday three?
Here's all you need to know ahead of the latest round of fixtures.
Primeira Liga standings heading into matchday three
Primeira Liga games you won't want to miss on matchday three
Gil Vicente vs Benfica: This game will be interesting for Portuguese football watchers as Gil Vicente have also had an impressive start to the season. Indeed, both sides will come into this match on six points, and while Benfica are the natural favorites, anything certainly could happen, especially considering Saturday's hosts have yet to concede a goal.
Sporting CP vs Belenenses: Sporting have gotten off to a flying start, with two wins in two helping them sit on top of the table. However, they're not the only team to have picked up six points, with fellow "Big Three" sides Benfica and Porto also getting off to a perfect start, while Gil Vicente are hoping to also mantain their strong beginning. The same can't be said of Sporting's upcoming opponents, who have yet to pick up a single point and have scored just once so far.
Maritimo vs Porto: Like their fellow "Big Three" sides, Porto have won their first two games, and with Benfica facing a potentially tricky test against Gil Vicente, will Porto be able to exploit this and move to top of the table?
Team news for matchday three
Here's who's in, in doubt, or suspended for matchday three.
Benfica: Rodrigo Pinho (Unknown Injury), Haris Seferovic (Muscle Injury), Darwin Núñez (Knee Surgery), Ferro (Muscle Injury), Jan Vertonghen (Muscle Injury)
Porto: Marchesín (Knee Injury), Shoya Nakajima (Tibia Fracture)
Sporting CP: Nuno Mendes (Ankle Injury)
Primeira Liga matchday three fixtures