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Liverpool will host Norwich City at Anfield on January 23, 2015 at 12:45 hours BST.
Liverpool take on Norwich City in what promises to be a thriller given the lack of attacking options in the Liverpool dugout. Jurgen Klopp fielded a side of youngsters in the midweek game and hence has most of the best layers that played last week well rested and available. We could see him field the same starting eleven to that which lost to Manchester United last time around. Roberto Firmino seems to be settling down and could spearhead the attack for the Reds. Steven Caulker is in line for his first start as an Anfield player. The rest of the stars, Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge will miss out due to injury.
Norwich City will be looking to go all guns blazing in this match and give a depleted Liverpool squad a run for their money. Nathan Redmond will be looking to use his pace on the flanks and get one over the fullbacks. The Canneries will have to put in a similar performance to the one they did against Manchester United to come out on top of this game.
When comparing the two sides, Liverpool look the likelier of winning keeping them in the hunt for a top six finish. We are surely in for an exciting game.
Norwich City will welcome high-flying Liverpool at Carrow Road in the English Premier League on Sunday evening.
Liverpool are currently at the top of the Premier League table and are looking like the front-runners to the domestic crown this season, for what would be their first Premier League trophy since 1990. Brendan Rodgers’ sides have been excellent this season and have not lost a single game since December of last year. The Reds beat third-placed Manchester City 3-2 at Anfield last weekend to consolidate their position at the top.
Norwich City could not have asked for a tougher opponent at the fag end of the season which sees them at the 17th position in the league table. The Canaries are only two points away from the relegation spots, with bottom team Sunderland having one more match to play than them. The home side have lost four of their last six matches, winning one and losing one other.
Liverpool seem to be the runaway winner in this match, and next weekend’s clash against Chelsea seems more and more to be the sureshot title-decider this season.
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