Marching towards their first Premier League crown, Liverpool will make the trip Carrow Road with the chance to extend their buffer at the top of the table to a staggering 25 points this weekend.
Picking up a thumping 4-0 win over Southampton in their last top-flight appearance and also watching their youngsters book their spot in the fifth round of this year’s FA Cup, the mood around Anfield couldn’t be any higher.
On the flip side, while Norwich may have snatched a point off of Newcastle last weekend and also booked their spot in the fifth round of this year’s FA Cup, the Yellows still find themselves sat rock-bottom of the table.
Landing just one top-flight win in their last 12 attempts, Daniel Farke’s men could also be haunted by their most recent meeting against Saturday’s guests.
Hit with a 4-1 hammering at Anfield when the two sides opened the 2019/2020 campaign back in August, you might be interested to know that betting offers like an identical outcome can be found priced at 18/1 with Bet365.
Norwich rue missed opportunities
While Norwich boss Daniel Farke may have been pleased with his side’s overall display at St. James’ earlier in the month, Saturday’s hosts could only muster a point on the road and are still seen a landslide favourite for the drop this season.
Sat six points adrift at the foot of the table and on course for an immediate Championship return, the Canaries have recorded just a sole top-flight victory since the 23rd of November.
Despite catching the eye with their attacking approach, Norwich missed a string of crucial chances against Newcastle and are still largely reliant on leading marksman, Teemu Pukki.
However, also watching starlet Todd Cantwell have to be withdrawn due to injury at St. James’, only Watford (23) and Palace (22) have scored fewer than City’s 24 goals this season.
Drawing a blank in their last Premier League appearance, you might be interested to know that Farke’s side can be found at 1/1 with Coral to come away from Saturday’s contest empty-handed.
Liverpool march towards history
Watching his starlets book their spot in the fifth round of this year’s FA Cup and his first-team squad marching towards what has been a famous campaign, the mood in Jurgen Klopp’s camp only continues to skyrocket.
Holding a staggering 22-point buffer at the top of the table and with a Champions League knockout tie on the horizon, the former Borussia Dortmund boss has his sights set on completing a silverware sweep.
Still, in the only side across any of England’s footballing tiers who are yet to taste defeat since opening the 2019/2020 campaign, one man to keep an eye out for this weekend will be the red-hot, Mohamed Salah.
Bagging a brace against Southampton in their 4-0 victory earlier in the month, the former PFA Player of the Year has now recorded three goals in back-to-back top-flight appearances.
Still looking to mount a late charge for the Golden Boot, you might be interested to know that Salah can be found priced at 7/10 with Bet365 to extend on his tally at Carrow Road.