A lot was written about West Ham’s convincing win over Fulham and the impact Andy Carroll made in his first game at the club, but much of it was down to how poorly the visitors performed. The Hammers are off to Carrow Road next where Carlton Cole will likely lead the line looking to force his way back into the starting XI.

After the humiliation against Fulham on the opening weekend, Chris Hughton has done well to steady the ship and you could see he was disappointed to leave White Hart Lane with only a point. Robert Snodgrass got the equaliser that afternoon and he already looks to be a sharp piece of business.

Sam Allardyce won’t have forgotten how badly his side played at Swansea in their only away game and nor will have the Canaries. Norwich have been impressive in their past two games and are well worth backing to take a share of the spoils.

Liverpool’s torrid start to the season could get a whole lot worse on Saturday. Having taken a point from their opening three games, Brendan Rodgers takes his side to the Stadium of Light hoping to avoid a second straight defeat on Wearside.

Luis Suarez remains the only top-class striker at the club and his issues in front of goal don’t look like disappearing anytime soon. Steve Bruce has no such problems with his attacking options and Steven Fletcher has started on fire following his big-money move. This will be the Black Cats’ first league action at home and the stadium should be rocking as the supporters sense another big scalp. At 3.55 on BETDAQ I’d be getting behind Sunderland to make life even more uncomfortable at Anfield.

I’m at Goodison Park for Sky Sports on Monday and I’m really interested to see how Everton bounce back from their defeat at the Hawthorns. Everton were looking invincible heading to West Brom and now things have taken a turn with Marouane Fellaini seemingly unhappy with life on Merseyside.

David Moyes knows the importance of putting that defeat behind them quickly and he’ll remind his players what they achieved in their only home league game of the campaign.

Newcastle haven’t quite started as Alan Pardew would have liked since the summer and they were well beaten in their only away game so far. Both sides have tones of talent in their squad and it promises to be a cracking contest with both sides looking to get over below par performances.

At around 3.8 on BETDAQ the draw is the way to go and the 2-2 scoreline at 19.0 is certainly worth a few bob.

Betting on BETDAQ – Alan’s Punts:
Norwich v West Ham: Back the draw at 3.5
Sunderland v Liverpool: Back Sunderland at 3.55
Everton v Newcastle: Back the draw at 3.8 and 2-2 correct score at 19.0

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