Anfield plays host to Canaries.
Liverpool need to start as they finished at Old Trafford and that should mean an Anfield debut for new £12m signing Daniel Sturridge, who will become the first player since Ray Kennedy in 1974 to score in his first three appearances for the club should he convert against Norwich. Brendan Rodgers also has a decision to make on Joe Allen in midfield and whether the time is right to rest Raheem Sterling. After a 10-game unbeaten run, Norwich have lost four and drawn one of their last five league games and have won away from home only once this season.
Venue Anfield, Saturday 3pm
Last season Liverpool 1 Norwich 1
Referee Michael Oliver
This season’s matches 14 Y38, R1, 2.79 cards per game
Odds Liverpool 1-3 Norwich 8-1 Draw 4-1
Subs from Jones, Gulacsi, Borini, Suso, Shelvey, Sterling, Carragher, Coates, Henderson, Assaidi, Morgan, Robinson, Yesil, Pacheco
Doubtful None Injured José Enrique (hamstring, Feb), Kelly (knee, Mar), Flanagan (knee, Apr)
Form guide LWWLWL
Disciplinary record Y31 R2
Leading scorer Suárez 15
Subs from Steer, Howson, Jackson, Fox, E Bennett, Barnett, Butterfield, Tierney, R Bennett, Francomb, Kane, C Martin, Surman
Injured Whittaker (hip, unknown), Morison (Feb), Ruddy (thigh, Feb)
Suspended None Form guide DLLLLW
Disciplinary record Y21 R0
Leading scorers Holt, Pilkington, Snodgrass 4
Norwich have not beaten Liverpool in the last seven meetings between the two clubs. The Canaries’ last victory was 1-0 at Anfield in April 1994.
The Reds have scored 26 Premier League goals against Norwich in 11 meetings.
The highest-scoring match between the clubs was a 5-4 Division Two win for Liverpool at Anfield back in January 1962.
They have won five and lost four of their last nine Premier League games. They’ve scored at least once in each match during this spell.
The Reds have 31 points after 22 games this season, compared to the 35 they had at the same stage last time around.
Against Manchester United, Daniel Sturridge became the first Liverpool player to score on his Premier League debut since Luis Suarez on 2 February 2011.
The Canaries ended a run of four straight defeats with their goalless draw against Newcastle last weekend.
They have kept five Premier League clean sheets at home this season – only Liverpool have more in the division.
Norwich have 26 points from 22 games this season, compared to the 29 they had amassed at this stage last season.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
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