With the Rugby Championship taking a week off after two pulsating opening rounds, our focus this week is on the best of the action from the Top 14.
Overall there are seven matches with an ample amount of betting opportunities awaiting you...
Stade Français v Biarritz
Finally able to run out at their new ground, the Stade Jean Bouin, Stade Français's fortunes on the road have been mixed over the first fortnight.
You're only as good as your last match though, so their stunning 28-27 win over Perpignan, down to an 80th-minute drop goal from fly-half Jules Plisson, will no doubt have them in high spirits.
It is for that reason that Stade are down as 1/14 favourites for Friday night.
However, a home victory is far from guaranteed. Biarritz arrive on the back of a win of their own, 18-12 against Montpellier, when they certainly rode their luck but also produced a confidence-boosting victory.
At 13/2 they are absolutely worth considering, especially when you take into account that they have Dimitri Yachvili in their ranks.
Morné Steyn may well come off the bench to win it for the hosts, but the odds on Biarritz are tempting.
Clermont v Toulouse
Stunned in Round One after losing to Bordeaux, Toulouse hit back last weekend with a 40-3 thumping against Bayonne.
That impressive showing, enough to lead them into second place behind Toulon, sees them at a tempting 4/1 to defeat Clermont this weekend.
Clermont however have not lost at home for 60 matches, a record dating back to November 21, 2009 against Biarritz.
Toulouse certainly have the quality to win at the Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin, but history is really not on their side. Given that a whole host of star names are set to be left behind, including Luke McAlister, Jean-Marc Doussain, Louis Picamoles, Thierry Dusautoir, Florian Fritz and Yoann Huget, the message Guy Novès is sending is hardly optimistic.
With Morgan Parra, Brock James, Julian Bonnaire and others set to return for Clermont, Toulouse are definitely the outsiders.
Racing Métro v Oyonnax
The pick of the bets purely because Oyonnax stunned everybody last weekend when they took down Clermont at home.
The 30-19 victory was no fluke, which made it all the more surprising as last season's Pro D2 champions comfortably defeated last season's Heineken Cup finalists.
For that reason, even though their last away result in the Top 14 was a heavy loss to Bayonne, Oyonnax are available at 12/1 with Paddy Power.
Producing an element of surprise for a second week in a row is some ask though, hence why no team are bigger favourites to win this weekend than Racing at 1/50.
Jacky Lorenzetti's side have spent big and will expect a substantial return against one of the weaker squads in the Top 14. But then, so did Clermont.
Best of the rest
Brive have a decent +18 point handicap at Montpellier away from home, with Perpignan certainly worth a bet at 5/2 to achieve a victory away from home against Bayonne.
Toulon at 4/9 and Castres at evens are both expected to win on their travels against Grenoble and Bordeaux.
And last but by no means least, we finish with a double of Clermont to win by 1-12 points (10/11) and Montpellier to hit top form and cruise by 13+ (4/9).