It’s top versus bottom in the Premier League this weekend, with Norwich vs Liverpool. It would be a tremendous upset for the canaries to beat the league leaders, but far stranger things have happened in English football.
Compare Norwich’s 18 points to the 73 points Liverpool have racked up so far this season and you’ll get an idea for just how big the gulf has been between these two teams.
It seems unlikely that Norwich will manage a reversal of fortunes come Saturday but their fans will hope sharp-shooting Finn, Teemu Pukki, can find the mark again.
Norwich vs Liverpool kick-off time
- For UK viewers, the game gets under way at 5:30pm GMT.
- That’s 12:30pm Eastern Time, or 9:30am Pacific Time.
- The game will take place at Carrow Road.
How to watch or live stream Norwich vs Liverpool from the UK
The match will be live on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Even and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
If you’re a Sky customer you’ll also be able to watch the match on the Sky Go app.
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Norwich vs Liverpool match preview
Liverpool are still unbeaten in the league, while bottom of the table Norwich have already suffered 15 defeats, only winning four matches. The table certainly makes grim reading for Norwich fans.
The Canaries only real slither of hope seems to be dangerous Finnish forward, Teemu Pukki. He’s netted 11 times this season, which leaves him with almost half of the team’s 24 goals. The figure also puts Pukki into joint 8th position in the league’s top scorers table – alongside Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane and Sadio Mane, among others.
While Norwich do have a goal threat, their defence has been consistently leaky. They’ve conceded more than any other team, apart from Villa who have also shipped 47 goals.
James Milner and Sadio Mane will once again be available for selection for Liverpool, following injuries. Their return doesn’t help an already out-gunned Norwich side.
Having won 33 of their last 34 league games, Liverpool will expect to get three points again come Saturday. Norwich will have to remain organised if they are to make a game of it.
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