Jurgen Klopp will probably field the best possible squad of the Reds against Norwich City. Considering that Mohamed Salah has been in a magnificent form of late, fans believe that Liverpool are going to extend their PL winning run to 17 consecutive matches.
The Norwich City, on the other hand, are straggling to avoid relegation. The ‘Canaries’ did well to keep a 0-0 draw against Newcastle United in their last league game, but Liverpool are not that easy to hold. They are now determined to win their first league trophy since 1990 and Klopp’s men will do their best to achieve this crucial goal.
Norwich City have taken the same number of points across their season as Liverpool have during their last six rounds. Accordingly, 55 points separate the teams, and Norwich still have a little hope even though they’ve mustered a sole victory from their last 12 league games (One win, five draws, and six losses).
The ‘Canaries’ scored in nine of those 12 games, and five of the six losses came by a single-goal margin. They have conceded an average of 2.08 goals per PL home game.
The ‘Reds,’ on the other hand, are on a 16-match PL winning run, and for now, they have scored the opening in 14 straight league matches. Liverpool scored an impressive 11 goals within the first 30 minutes across those 14 matches.
The visitors have conceded a league-low 0.60 goals per game this term.
Stat attack and Players to watch
Norwich City: Teemu Pukki has netted Norwich’s last two penalties.
Liverpool: Mohamed Salah has scored five goals across his last six league games.
Liverpool have conceded four of the six league goals away this season in the second half. On the other hand, Liverpool have been ahead at half-time in 76.00% of their league matches this term.