1) Norwich City have faced Liverpool 55 times in their history, winning their first ever clash 3-2 in the FA Cup in 1909. The Canaries are priced at 3.65 to win on Saturday.
2) Of the 55 ties between the clubs, Liverpool have won 28, drawn 13 and lost 14. They haven’t lost to Norwich since April 1994, and are 2.00 to take the points at Carrow Road.
3) The Reds have mustered three points from their last five away games: Andy Carroll’s last-minute header earning them a 3-2 win over Blackburn. Carroll is 3.00 to score at any time.
4) Norwich are currently on a run of two losses in two games, equalling their worst run of the campaign, shipping eight goals. A price of 6.00 is available for over 4.5 goals, unders are 1.09.
5) Luis Suarez is Liverpool’s top league goal scorer this season, finding the net eight times. Three of these strikes have come away from home, with two aiding victory. He is 1.50 not to score at the weekend.
6) The sides’ last meeting was a 1-1 draw back in October. Craig Bellamy gave the Reds the lead just before half time, before Grant Holt headed in an equaliser on the hour mark. Bellamy is 9.00 to score first; Holt at 8.00 is Norwich’s favourite.
7) Eight of City’s 11 Premier League victories have come by a one-goal margin this season. Their only three-goal margin win came in a 4-1 success over Burnley in the FA Cup. The Canaries are 12.50 to beat Liverpool 1-0, with 2-1 priced at 14.00.
8) Having failed to keep a clean sheet on all but two occasions this season, Norwich are 1.07 against victory without conceding a goal. Kenny Dalglish’s side are priced at 1.16 to score at any time.
9) Of their 35 Premier League games played so far, both sides have taken leads into the half-time break nine times. Liverpool have gone on to win seven from this springboard, and are at 3.05 to win both halves on Saturday.
10) Jonny Howson has played eight games for City since his arrival in January scoring once: against Everton earlier this month. The midfielder is priced at 22.00 to score either the first or last goal.