Norwich v Liverpool Odds : Canaries look plenty of value to heap more misery on under pressure Dalglish
Norwich City will be aiming to mathematically confirm their Premier League status for next season this weekend when they host a Liverpool team looking to gain some momentum going into the FA Cup final next month, but at 3/1 with Bet365, punters are sure to pile into the Canaries following the Red’s dire form.
The Canaries are all but safe of course – they sit 10 points above the relegation zone – although victory this weekend would make it 100% certain and this will be the aim for Paul Lambert’s men.
They will want to respond to the disappointing 2-0 defeat at Blackburn last time out too. It was a poor away performance from Norwich and these have been few and far between this season.
Fans of the club would love to beat one of the big teams at Carrow Road too. They won on the road at Tottenham earlier this month of course, but victory over Liverpool would be a good way to round off what has been a memorable season for the club.
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As for Liverpool, their form in the league has been very disappointing of late, with defeat at home to West Brom last time out their 12th of the Premier League campaign.
Kenny Dalglish’s men now sit 8th in the table, two points adrift of local rivals Everton. Should results go against them on Saturday afternoon, they could even be in the bottom-half of the table by the time this one gets underway.
It is important that Liverpool win some league games in the next few weeks too and not only for salvaging some pride in terms of their league position. With the FA Cup final to come against Chelsea next month, they would love to have some form going into it.
When these two met earlier in the season, Norwich managed a 1-1 draw at Anfield and there is no doubt that a tight game could be in prospect once again.
This one gets underway at 5.30pm on Saturday evening.