West Ham boss David Moyes is eager to see his side keep up the pace as they prepare to face Leeds United on Saturday (Leeds 21/10, draw 11/4, West Ham 13/10 – Match Betting).

The Hammers head to Elland Road looking for their third win of the Premier League campaign, while the Whites are still searching for their first league victory.

Having suffered their only defeat of the league season against Manchester United, Moyes is eager to see his teams respond at Leeds, as the Londoners look to keep the pace at the top end of the table.

Moyes said: “I think what we’ve shown last year and the start of this season, we see no reason why we shouldn’t keep ourselves up trying to challenge the top teams.”

Meanwhile, bottom side Norwich City face another tough test as they travel to Merseyside to take on Everton (Everton 7/10, draw 3/1, Norwich 9/2 – Match Betting).

With no points after their first five games of the season, Canaries boss Daniel Farke is already under pressure to turn things around.

Everton have started positively under new manager Rafael Benitez, and could finish Saturday in the top four with victory at Goodison Park.

At the King Power Stadium, Leicester City will be looking to turn their fortunes around when they host Burnley (Leicester 8/13, draw 16/5, Burnley 5/1 – Match Betting).

Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers has seen his side lose three of their last four games in the Premier League, with the East Midlands side sat down in 12th place in the standings.

Burnley are one of five teams in the Premier League without a win as they make the journey south.

In the other 3pm kick-off, Steve Bruce’s Newcastle make the trip to Vicarage Road to face Watford (Watford 5/4, draw 5/2, Newcastle 12/5 – Match Betting).

The winless Magpies ground out a draw with Leeds in their last outing, as they continue to be plagued by injuries.

Watford will look for back-to-back wins after a 3-1 victory against Norwich last time out.

In the 5.30pm kick-off high-flying Liverpool will be out to continue their strong start to the season when they travel to Brentford (Brentford 6/1, draw 18/5, Liverpool 1/2 – Match Betting).

The Reds have conceded just one goal in their first five outings of the season, while the Bees will look to cause another upset as they seek a third win of the campaign.

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