Jaime (played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) can be seen on horse-back leading his army into battle, and is joined by Randyll (James Faulkner) and Dickon Tarly (Tom Hooper) backing him up.
While it is unclear exactly who Jamie is headed towards, his smirk and determination suggest that his new companions have provided him with just the right amount of morale boost.
Historically, the Tarlys have been loyal to House Tyrell for centuries, and the last time viewers saw the pair was during Samwell Tarly’s (John Bradley-West) last visit to see his family in season six.
After introducing his wildling girlfriend Gilly (Hannah Murray) to his disapproving father Randyll however, Sam came to blows with him and was forced to leave home.
Game of Thrones: Jamie Lannister can be seen riding into battle
Game of Thrones: Does the new footage hint at Jaime's death?
Game of Thrones: The character is smiling, but it is unclear what he's headed towards
We became very fast friends quite quickly
Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) continues to build on her allies despite many characters hating the manipulative queen, as along with the Tarlys she has managed to secure the psychopathic Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbaek) on her side.
However, the biggest threat to the current ruler of King's Landing lies in the potential alliance of powerful leaders Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).
Kit recently spoke out about tonight’s highly-anticipated meeting between the pair, saying that it “will be a huge pleasure”, despite the King in the North’s apparent terror at the prospect – if the episode’s stills are anything to go by.
He assured fans of the show that the actress playing the steely-eyed queen was nothing like her character however.
The greatest Game of Thrones moments
Tue, July 25, 2017
Game of Thrones: 18 of the most epic and shocking moments of the HBO series.
1 of 18
Ayra Stark kills Walder Frey in the season 6 finale
Game of Thrones: Cersei and Jaime have been side by side so far this season
“I was sort of bowled over by this absolutely stunning, petite girl with this wicked sense of humour.
“We became very fast friends quite quickly,” he said in an interview with American ELLE magazine.
Game of Thrones continues on HBO this Sunday in the US and will be simulcast on Sky Atlantic on Monday at 2am. Catch up on seasons one to seven on NOW TV.