Burnley's summer signing Steven Fletcher linked up well with strike-partner Martin Paterson as he got off the mark for his new club
Steven Fletcher made a flying start to his Burnley career netting twice and assisting the other as Burnley ran out 3-1 winners against Morecambe on Tuesday.
Fletcher was in the game from the off and took just 15 minutes to set-up strike-partner Martin Paterson to open the scoring.
A minute later Paterson turned provider, slotting in Fletcher to rifle home his first goal for the club.
The Scottish international rounded off a fine performance running clear and slotting home his second of the game after Joey Gudjonsson had won the ball in the centre of the park.
Fulham continued their excellent start to pre-season with a 5-0 win over Perth Glory and will leave their tour of Australia having scored nine goals and conceded just two.
Bobby Zamora put his thoughts of a move to Hull to one side and set up Andy Johnson for the opening goal on 16 minutes and that was a lead Roy Hodgson's men would hold until half time.
Erik Nevland replaced Zamora at the break and stunned his opponents with a clinical seven minute hat-trick.
Nevland was set-up by fellow sub Eddie Johnson for the first on the hour before he added his second four minutes later.
He completed his hat-trick three minutes later, firing home with Johnson again the provider.
Andranik completed the rout late on after being set-up by Swedish full-back Freddie Stoor.
That win came after Wolves had secured their second win of the tour with a 2-1 victory over North Queensland Fury.
Andy Keogh had fired Wolves into the lead after just two minutes, tapping home after Greg Halford's shot had been parried.
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler levelled from the spot after half time when Jody Craddock had given away a penalty, but the centre-back made amends seven minutes later when he headed home Andrew Surman's corner.
Fowler's old club started their pre-season campaign in Switzerland with a game against second division champions St Gallen.
Rafael Benitez used the game as a fitness work out and fielded two separate teams in each half of the 0-0 draw.
New signing Glen Johnson was handed his debut in an unfamiliar left-back role at half time but showed plenty of encouraging potential.
Blackburn got off to a flying start to their pre-season campaign with a 4-0 win over Cambridge United on Tuesday.
Rovers boss, Sam Allardyce, played two totally separate out-field teams either side of the break, which even saw a cameo role for keeper Jason Brown on the right wing.
A Keith Andrews free-kick opened the scoring before El-Hadji Diouf capitalised on some poor defending to slot home a second.
Jason Roberts came on at half time and didn't take long to get on the scoresheet, tapping home Stephen Warnock's cross before another simple tap-in from a Benni McCarthy centre sealed the win.
Tottenham also made a decent start to pre-season with a 3-0 win over Exeter City.
Jamie O'Hara opened the scoring, tapping home after Robbie Keane's shot had been parried before Aaron Lennon slotted home a cut-back from Luka Modric.
Darren Bent completed the win, prodding home the lose ball after Roman Pavlyuchenko's effort had been parried.