First against the last - Daniel Farke and Norwich City are looking for an upset of a lifetime because the European champions and almost certainly Premier League winners this season are coming to Carrow Road.
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Hope still living at Carrow Park
Norwich are already written off by most people. They sit dead last in the league with 18 points, far cry from Aston Villa’s 25. Even though the outsiders don’t count on them anymore, Norwich have a fighting spirit like no other and be sure that they still very much believe in staying in the top division of English football.
They proved it with some of their recent results, too - draws to Tottenham and Crystal Palace, a win versus Bournemouth, and losses against Manchester United and the Spurs make up for a solid string of results. Had they played like this from the beginning of the season, the safety wouldn’t even be in question right now.
But, the reality is pretty grim for the Canaries. They will rely on Teemu Pukki to deliver goals and drag them to safety. He already has 11 to his name, but he and Todd Cantwell are the only two individuals in the team with more than one goal in the Premier League this season. However, the recent performances show signs of improvement, especially with the results coming alongside them.
The new invincibles?
Jurgen Klopp’s mighty machine will be harrowing from the other end. We are lost for words when describing Liverpool. Just looking at the table is more than enough - 24 wins, a draw and not a single loss make the Reds historically great team, breaking record after record with their consistency and might.
The latest victims were West Ham and Southampton when the Reds easily swooped past them with two additional clean sheets for Alisson Becker. Klopp protested the FA Cup’s replay fixture for interfering with the squad’s winter break - but they won regardless! Their second team managed a win at the Anfield just adding to the myth of Liverpool this season.
Every match until the end of the season will be taken seriously from the Reds because this is a unique opportunity to go undefeated for the rest of the season. With Liverpool’s attack and Norwich’s porous defence, we could see a real goal-fest and don’t doubt that the hosts will show resistance, despite Liverpool’s strong defensive line.
Both teams are likely to score, but the visiting side surely has more chances to win.
Liverpool odds are at ¼, while the hosts are at 95/10. The draw is at 5/1.