With their invincible form in the Premier League, Liverpool extend their streak by widening an 18 point gap between them and the Citizens. They will be traveling to Carrow Road to take on Norwich City on Matchday 26. Although Storm Dennis is expected to cause a major hit to this week’s schedule of Premier League matches, both teams are practicing hard for this game. Since Jurgen Klopp’s men have been undefeated so far this season, an away win is exactly what the fans anticipate ahead of this Saturday clash at Norwich city.
With betting odds from bet365.com BettingPremier predicts that Liverpool has a 80.0% chance of winning their next game against Norwich City. Learn more about betting odds and how to convert odds to probability at Odds Converter page.
When is the next Liverpool game?
Event: 2019-20 English Premier League
Game: Norwich City VS Liverpool
Date: 15th February, Saturday
Location: Carrow Road (Norwich)
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According to bet365, the betting odds of Norwich City VS Liverpool match is fixed as:
Norwich City – 10.00
Liverpool – 1.30
Draw – 5.25
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A whopping 55 points separate these teams and the Canaries are left with little hope, considering they’ve mustered a sole win from their last 12 league matches. But Norwich have found the net in 9 of those 12 matches and 5 of their 6 losses came by a single-goal margin. Meanwhile, the Reds are on a 16-match winning streak and have netted the opening goal in 14 straight league fixtures.
With facts favoring the visitors from every direction, it will be a tough challenege for the rock-bottom hosts. As they face immense pressure to win it, sitting 7 points away from safety but that gap could increase with a difficult task against Liverpool on Matchday 26.
Head to Head
The kick-off match of this season featured the Reds hosting Norwich City, in a game where goals ricocheted 4-1 with the hosts walking off with a win. With that pumped up start, Liverpool went on to be undefeated this season and are almost on the verge of officially becoming the Champions. As for the Canaries, their campaign didn’t turn out to be good except for that brilliant victory 3-2 against the Citizens.
Considering the growing attention towards Jurgen Klopp’s side, this clash is a must win for them and the rock-bottom Canaries are in no better position for revenge, although they are on the verge of being relegated this season.
Title VS Survival
After securing a 22 point gap between themselves and the Citizens, Liverpool are now unofficially termed as the English Champions of the season. With just 13 fixtures to go, the Reds are sure to stay on top of the league table after an impressive run of 16 consecutive victories. Despite streaking an undefeated record this season, the men at Anfield have attracted global attention for their top-class performance this season.
With the title in mind, it seems like they wouldn’t be stopping at anything and therefore a win against a side like Norwich would not be of any surprise. But the Canaries are under pressure of winning this game and all their upcoming fixtures, in order to stay inside the competition as they’ve hit rock-bottom. Although that result doesn’t seem like a possible outcome at Carrow Road, the hosts are left wretched with no other options left to save themselves.
Norwich City Lineup:
Defenders: Aarons, Zimmermann, Godfrey, Byram
Midfielders: Tettey, McLean, Buendia, Duda, Cantwell
Defenders: Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson
Midfielders: Henderson, Fabinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain
Attackers: Salah, Firmino, Mane
From the perspective of Norwich City, this clash could mark their comeback into the tournament and could thereby cement their survival. Since it is always easier said than done, they have a very narrow chance of winning it against the Reds, despite playing at home.
Clearly, Liverpool are expected to be crowned Champions of this season and considering that this opportune clash is just another bounty for the men in Red, they are hands down favorites on Matchday 26.