SOMEONE needs to tell Norwich they've been promoted to the Premier League – because manager Daniel Farke doesn't seem to have noticed.
The German's side went all-out attack as they won the Championship despite conceding more than 50 goals.
And the Canaries have kicked off life in the Premier League in similar fashion and it's made for great viewing.
The EPL opener saw Norwich trail Liverpool 4-0 at half-time but Teemu Pukki's second-half consolation restored their pride.
And last week they battered Newcastle 3-1 with ex-Celtic Pukki hitting a hat-trick – and the Finn could have claimed two trebles.
Farke's men had 63 per cent possession and 15 shots against the Tynesiders but they play so open quality sides such as today's visitors Chelsea can take advantage.
Frank Lampard's men have played well but not got results and they'll be targeting the points at lunchtime.
The Blues are favourites to win at 17-20 with Unibet but stats say focus on goals.
Norwich won't change their tactics so every chance it will go over 3.5 goals at 29-20 with BetVictor.
Liverpool and Arsenal have started with two wins so something has to give when they clash at Anfield tonight.
Apart from the Reds' first 45 against Norwich neither side has looked too impressive but it's a matter of time before the European champions spark to life.
Last season it was 5-1 at Anfield and with the Gunners still waiting on Kieran Tierney this is a defence that could crack under pressure from the likes of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
Liverpool's odds are short though at a best 1-2 at Ladbrokes so again the way to go is to factor in goals. I like Liverpool and over 2.5 goals at 11-8 with Betfred while Liverpool and btts should land at 13-8 as long as dodgy keeper Adrian is between the sticks.
Man United have started well and should beat a Crystal Palace side that's floundering. Marathonbet go a best price of 2-5.
Not much else stands out today but tomorrow I'll be on Man City at Bournemouth and Spurs at home to Newcastle at short prices.
The double pays just 1-2 while an anytime scorer double on Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane pays just under 2-1 – or back both first at 15-1 with bet365.
In the Championship games are as tough to call as usual but I like the look of leaders Leeds at basement boys Stoke at 28-25 with Marathonbet.
Sunderland have recovered from a slow start in League One and can make it three wins in a row against Wimbledon. I also like fourth-place Wycombe at home to a pointless Southend side who'd be bottom if it wasn't for the penalties imposed on Bolton and Bury.
In League Two best bets could be Cambridge at home to Oldham at 5-4 with BetVictor.
- Norwich v Chelsea over 3.5 goals
- Pukki (Norwich) to score
- Liverpool & over 2.5 goals
- Man City/Spurs double
- Sterling/Kane to score anytime