The last fixture of the weekend takes place on Monday night with QPR taking on fellow Londoners West Ham at Loftus Road.
QPR head into the game second bottom of the table, without a win in their opening five league games.
They just haven't been able to get started this season, which might be down to the dozen or so players that Mark Hughes brought in during the summer transfer window.
I'm never a big fan of making wholesale changes like that because it causes too much unrest, and the players take time to gel with each other.
Each time they've lost a game this season, QPR have drawn the next one so that might continue on Monday night.
West Ham on the other hand have settled back into life in the Premier League with relative ease.
Eight points from their first five games, added to the loan signing of Andy Carroll from Liverpool, has given the Hammers a great start.
There's one man on the books at West Ham who typifies everything that's great about football: Kevin Nolan.
He leads by example, he's got battling qualities, he's a box-to-box midfielder, he can pick out a pass and he can score goals.
Nolan is one of the most under-rated players of his generation. If he played somewhere like Arsenal or Manchester United, people would rave about him, but because he isn't, he tends to get forgotten about, which is a crying shame.
In what will be a typical London derby on Monday night, full of blood, guts and passion, I'd be surprised if Kevin Nolan isn't the difference between these two teams.