Bottom host top in the Premier League this afternoon as Norwich City welcome Liverpool to Carrow Road.
The Canaries’ landmark win over Manchester City in September seems an age away, with just two more victories from their next 20 games leaving them seven points – and a considerable goal difference – away from safety.
So the visit of Liverpool, who have over four times as many points, is far from ideal with anything but a routine win for the champions-elect a huge surprise.
Date: Saturday, February 15, 2020
Venue: Carrow Road
Kick-off time: 5.30pm GMT
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Prediction: Norwich 0-4 Liverpool
It’s the worst team in the league against the best team in Europe – if not the world. A comfortable away win.
Today’s match is sold out.
How to follow
TV channel: Today’s match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass for £9.99.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app, with a mobile month pass available for £5.99.
Head to head (H2H) history and results
Norwich wins: 14
Liverpool wins: 36
The Canaries have not beaten Liverpool in any competition since 1994, a run dating back 14 games.
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Norwich to win: 9/1
Liverpool to win: 1/3
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Sadio Mane and James Milner are both available for selection for Liverpool after hamstring and thigh injuries respectively.
However, Xherdan Shaqiri is still not training, likewise Nathaniel Clyne and teenager Paul Glatzel.
Norwich will be without Ben Godfrey, who is serving the third match of his ban for a red card. Long-term absentee Tim Klose is the only other missing player.
Predicted Liverpool XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson; Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Wijnaldum; Salah, Mane, Firmino
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