The Premier League returns after the international break. Here are the best of the weekend’s betting opportunities

Everton v West Ham

A study in contrasts for the Sunday 4pm games as Everton are unbeaten albeit with three draws from their four games whilst West Ham have had a very slow start under Pellegrini losing all four games to start the season. Adjusting to a new style is going to take time, not a commodity many Premier League managers give new managers whatever their reputation

Everton are available at prices up to just below evens with BetVictor and should be supported to deepen the gloom for the

Tottenham v Liverpool

Saturday’s early kick off is the marque game of the weekend. Liverpool are played four won four conceding one goal with Gomez magnificent last weekend and the combination of he and Van Dijk adding the defensive steel to complement all the attacking flair. This of course wont be an easy game at Wembley for the visitors. Tottenham have had a solid enough start to the season with 3 wins out of 4 despite all their post world cup absentees though the loss at Watford last time out was a surprise

All in all the 8/5 available with Bet Victor about the away win here loos attractive.

Huddersfield v Crystal Palace

Huddersfield have had a tough start to the season with Chelsea and Man C in their first four games, before draws against Cardiff and Everton steadied the ship. They have though only scored two goals in those four games, a problem likely to persist this season

Palace have lost their last three games, against Liverpool and Watford and then surprisingly at home to Southampton when minus the talismanic Zaha. Assuming he returns he gives them the firepower and flair to win here and 13/8 about another away win here appeals