Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Liverpool V Norwich City live Stream Premier League– Preview 4th Dec 2013

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Anthony Pilkington and Robert Snodgrass are still sidelined and Ricky van Wolfswinkel expects to return for the game with Swansea on 15 December.
After contrasting weekend results, these two sides will certainly have a very different psychological view of their meeting.
Having recorded their second win in three, Norwich will come to Anfield feeling very comfortable with the underdog tag and wholly aware of their hosts' need to beat them.
Liverpool's surprising lapse at Hull on Sunday raised as many questions as it did eyebrows.
Firstly, it was yet another breach defensively - conceding three goals in a game for the second successive weekend.
Having opened the Premier League season with three consecutive clean sheets, they have only managed one in their last 10.
Secondly, in their first game of potentially eight without injured top scorer Daniel Sturridge, they were well short of their best and manager Brendan Rodgers has gone on record to state that their squad depth may well be unable to cope with the loss of their in-form England striker.
That said, a Southampton defeat aside, the Reds have been faultless at home this campaign, winning five of the six league games they've played there. And with Norwich's recent woes on their travels, expectations among the Koppites will be of a routine victory.
After a six-match run featuring two wins, two draws and two defeats, Liverpool can ill afford another slip up, either against the Canaries or at home to West Ham three days later.
Particularly so as December includes trips to Spurs, Manchester City and Chelsea - all without Sturridge, and with the transfer window still unable to be prized open.
With seemingly all the attention on their opponents, perhaps Norwich may view this as an opportunity for a shock? It would, though, buck the statistical trend as Chris Hughton has only enjoyed three away wins in his 25 Premier League trips in charge. But then again nobody fancied Hull on Sunday either....

Liverpool are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League matches against the Canaries (W7, D1)
The Reds put five goals past Norwich in both league games last season, while Luis Suarez has scored seven in his last three games against the Canaries, including two hat-tricks.
Norwich's last win at Anfield came in April 1994 courtesy of a long range Jeremy Goss shot. It was the last goal scored in front of the original Kop before it was demolished.

Liverpool have won only one of their last four league games.
They have taken 33 points at Anfield from a possible 45 so far in 2013 (W10, D3, L2).
The Reds have conceded three goals or more in successive games for only the third time in the Premier League era. They last conceded as many in three consecutive top-flight matches in 1954.

Norwich have won just three of 25 Premier League away games under Chris Hughton (W3, D7, L15).
Hughton's side have scored just eight goals in the last 14 away games and failed to score in eight of those 14 matches.
Three of the Canaries four league wins this season have been 1-0 triumphs.

Competition: Premier League  
Liverpool V Norwich City                                                                         
Date: Wednesday 4th Dec 2013
Kickoff: 19:45 GMT
Venue: Anfield                                  
Live/Repeat: Live