Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp are proponents of crowd-pleasing attacking football which should make Saturday's Premier League clash between Manchester City and Liverpool an eye-catching affair.
However, both City's Guardiola and Klopp at Liverpool are under pressure this season to turn the attractive styles into silverware.
With both clubs on seven points and unbeaten after three matches they will hope their players haven't gone off the boil after being away on international duty.
Both trail Manchester United by two points with Jose Mourinho's side, yet to concede a goal this season, away to an unpredictable Stoke managed by former United star Mark Hughes.
For several players it will be a case of starting competitive life with their new club -- the transfer window having closed during the international break -- or for some a case of turning out after their team refused to sell them.
Boy from Brazil
Philippe Coutinho could make his first appearance this season for Liverpool and interest will be focused on his mood after he failed to secure the move to Barcelona. Jurgen Klopp says that is all good with the 25-year-old Brazilian and he is not sulking, despite Liverpool rejecting several huge offers from Barcelona after he put in a transfer request. That bodes well for the German as he needs Coutinho fit and on top form if he is to have a chance of delivering their first Premier League title. He is most likely to start on the bench however.
Gunners pray for a positive Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez is even more integral to Arsenal and embattled manager Arsene Wenger's hopes of silverware. However, the 28-year-old Chilean's frame of mind, after Arsenal refused to let him leave for Manchester City, will be crucial as to whether they enjoy some success. A home match with Bournemouth, who have yet to earn a point, this season presents a golden opportunity for him and the Gunners to bounce back after the 4-0 drubbing they suffered at Liverpool which left Sanchez looking miserable. Wenger is certain Sanchez is in the right place mentally. "I have no doubt about Alexis's mind and mentality," said Wenger on Thursday.
Klopp faces 'Ox' dilemma
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will hope to find a joie de vie at Liverpool following his £35 million transfer from Arsenal. The 24-year-old England international, who apparently rejected the offer of higher wages from both Arsenal and Chelsea, should make his debut against City. He will hope his move has gained him a place in his preferred role in midfield -- though Klopp has several options there -- rather than wing-back where Wenger had played him in recent months.