The Uruguayan has a superb record against the Canaries, bagging two hat-tricks in his previous three games, and with Brendan Roger’s side looking for an immediate improvement after their surprise loss to Hull, there are plenty eying the 12/1 price on Suarez firing another treble at 12/1 with William Hill.
Liverpool are considered strong 2/7 favourites to continue their good record against The Canaries and pick up a win at Anfield.
They might have slumped to a shock loss against Hull on Sunday but Liverpool will be looking forward to their next fixture as they play Norwich who they have scored 13 goals against in the past three meetings between the two sides.
It could provide a welcome boost for Liverpool who dropped to third in the league and six points behind leaders Arsenal after their 3-1 loss at the KC Stadium on Saturday.
There was a huge blow dealt to Liverpool on Sunday as top scorer Daniel Sturridge picked up an ankle injury and will be out for the next two months as he recuperates from the injury.
This means that either Victor Moses could make his claim for a place in the Liverpool attack although Brendan Rogers could look at wingers such as Iago Aspas and Coutinho to partner Luis Suarez in a three pronged attack.
Indeed, Suarez will be looking forward to facing Norwich on Wednesday night as the Uruguayan has scored hat tricks in the last two games against The Canaries in the Premier League.
Norwich have been steadily improving recently and Chris Hughton’s side sit in 14th place having beaten Crystal Palace on Saturday and are now four points clear of the drop zone.
After picking up their second win in three matches, Hughton is likely to name an unchanged squad to the one that he picked at Carrow Road meaning that both Johan Elmander and Gary Hooper will retain their places in the squad.
There will also be starts for Nathan Redmond and Wes Hoolahan meaning that the likes of Bradley Johnson are likely to appear on the bench for back to back games.
One stat Norwich know they need to improve on will be their ability to find the back of the net having only scoring twice against Liverpool in their last three meetings between each other and just bagging 11 goals in the first 13 games of the season.
Norwich know that they will face a tough trip north on Wednesday night and Liverpool fans will be hoping that they can dominate this fixture for the fourth time in a row and get back into the title hunt.