Norwich managed a consolation effort on the opening day at Anfield after Alison had left the field through injury, but the Brazilian is of course back between the sticks now.
He’s done his bit to help Liverpool produce 10 clean sheets from their past 12 across all competitions, and with Virgil van Dijk in front of him, it’s hard to argue the Reds don’t currently possess the best keeper and centre-back in the world right now.
Despite this, Norwich’s record of scoring in all but one of their 12 home league games this term suggests that they have what it takes going forwards.
Even including away games as well as cup competitions, the Canaries have found the net in 12 of 15 outings since the November international break, so we definitely wouldn’t have concrete faith in the away clean sheet.
A 22-point lead virtually ensures the Premier League title is wrapped up, so it would come as no surprise if Jurgen Klopp elected to rest some of his stars with a trip to Atletico Madrid on the horizon midweek.
Sadio Mane definitely won’t be risked after a recent muscle injury, and the prospect of any further rotation increases Norwich’s chances of landing a blow of some kind.
Liverpool To Win And Both Teams To Score
Daniel Farke’s men have actually been pretty adept at finding the net against the best teams and they’ve scored in 11 of 12 encounters with top-half outfits this term, as the exception came on their travels at Old Trafford.
Back at Carrow Road they’ve seen both teams find the net in all seven matches versus top-half opponents, but while they shipped at least two goals in each, they also put three past Man City, as well as registering twice against each of Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs. Five of those seven home games saw at least four goals and seven featured a minimum of three.
There’s no value to be had simply backing a high output here though with Liverpool involved, but there’s good reason to think the hosts can net in defeat and the price for that looks attractive.
Liverpool To Beat Norwich 2-1
The champions elect have won all 11 matches against bottom-half sides this season, but they conceded in over half of these as four finished 2-1. Given Liverpool have only put more than two goals past anyone just twice in their last 16 games across all competitions, netting exactly two strikes in half of these, the correct score is also worth a little flutter.
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