Norwich v Liverpool odds : Reds a big 7/1 as part of weekend accy offer as punters eye away win multiple
The latest Norwich v Liverpool odds, team news, as the betting suggests another three points for Brendan Rogers’s side, who form part of a tasty 7/1 enhanced multiple.
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Liverpool will look to move one step closer to their first Premier League title when they travel to Carrow Road to face struggling Norwich in the midday kick off on Sunday.
The Reds hopes of a first title in 24 years received two huge boosts in the last week as first they beat Manchester City 3-2 at Anfield and then their opponents on Sunday could only draw midweek against Sunderland.
The result on Wednesday means that Liverpool just need three wins and a draw from their final four games to secure the title although the-one-game-at-a-time focus will not change despite the improvement in fortunes.
The will travel to Norfolk searching for their 11th successive win against a Norwich side that has won just one of their last five games.
The Canaries are just one place and two points above Fulham and morale will be low at the club after three defeats to relegation rivals in recent weeks.
The club have lost to Swansea, WBA and Fulham in their last 3 games and will need to get a result against the Reds if their avoid slipping further into the mire.
Liverpool will be without the suspended Jordan Henderson for the trip to Norfolk following his red card against Manchester City.
The influential former Sunderland man is set to be replaced by one of Joe Allen or Lucas, both of whom made an appearance against City.
The pair could both in however should Daniel Sturridge fail to win his race to be fit. The 20 goal striker pulled up with a hamstring strain last weekend and will be given every opportunity to prove his fitness for the crucial trip.
Should Sturridge fail to make the game, then Phillipe Coutinho, scorer of the winning game in the 3-2 success, could move further forward alongside Luis Suarez and the in-form Raheem Sterling.
Long-term absentee Jose Enrique will once again miss out with Daniel Agger likely to be on the bench following the impressive showing by Mamadou Sakho in recent games.
Norwich lost 5-1 when the two sides met earlier in the campaign and lost 5-2 at Carrow Road last season.