Sunderland and Norwich City are both looking to forget their disappointing opening-day defeats when they clash at Stadium of Light on Saturday.
Sunderland got smashed 4-2 in their opening match away to Leicester City, but at least got some consolation in goals from Jermain Defoe and Steven Fletcher. Having conceded three in the first half-hour against the Foxes, manager Dick Advocaat will have plenty to think about before the play-off winners come to town.
Norwich were beaten 3-1 by Crystal Palace on their return to the top flight, but having watched the Black Cats get torn apart by Leicester, the Canaries should fancy their chances of holding their own.
Advocaat will expect striker Danny Graham to recover from a knock in time to feature, while veteran defender Wes Brown (knee) could also be available, but winger Adam Johnson (shoulder) is expected to miss the next couple of months.
For Norwich, Swedish full-back Martin Olsson (shoulder) is still a couple of weeks away from a comeback, while midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu (metatarsal) and forward Kyle Lafferty (knee) are both unavailable.