NORWICH CITY VS LIVERPOOL.
Liverpool were resounding 0-3 winners over Norwich City here on the opening day of the Premier League season, however, punters should perhaps be wary about getting stuck into The Reds at odds-on for this week’s Carabao Cup tie at Carrow Road.
Jurgen Klopp’s side should win this fixture hands down if a strong starting eleven turn out in East Anglia – though that really is a big ‘if’ as it’s fair to say that the German hasn’t placed huge importance on this competition in recent campaigns.
Indeed, The Reds have only been as far as the fifth round in the last four seasons, so the goal markets make more appeal for this clash as opposed to lumping on Liverpool at a short price.
After dishing out a 6-0 thrashing to a second string Bournemouth in the last round, Norwich should certainly be going for this as they aim to find some form and that’s likely to contribute towards a high scoring affair at Carrow Road.
Over 2.5 goals have been netted in five of City’s six outings this term and in four of Liverpool’s six, including each of the visitors’ last three.
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