Stoke have looked pretty solid so far this season and even gave a decent account of themselves in their two forgivable defeats to date, at Liverpool and Arsenal.
They look cracking value then at 21/20 courtesy of Paddy Power to get the better of faltering Norwich (7/2, bet365) at the Britannia Stadium, especially as the visitors arrive having suffered back-to-back league defeats.
The last of those, a 1-0 home reverse to Aston Villa, was particularly damaging and as the Canaries have managed just one goal in the last four Premier League matches, the Potters appeal at 9/4 (Skybet) to combine victory with a clean sheet.
At the other end Mark Hughes’s team have struck only one of their four goals this season in the first half so they appeal at 4/1 with BetVictor to emerge victorious following an inconclusive first period.
Alternatively, Ladbrokes quote the hosts at 6/1 to register a 1-0 success and the same firm go 3/1 about Stoke claiming the points in a match that produces fewer than three goals.