All eyes will be on Luis Suarez tonight as William Hill release the latest Liverpool v Norwich odds, with the striker aiming for yet another hat-trick after bagging a treble twice in his last three games against the Canaries.
The Uruaguan has a tremendous record against Chris Hughton’s side, and with the Reds blistering to a 5-0 romp in Norwich’s last visit to Anfield, the 12/1 on offer for Suarez to score yet another hattrick against the Norfolk side is attracting plenty of support from customers report the popular UK firm.
Liverpool will hope to avoid losing further ground on leaders Arsenal when they face Norwich at Anfield on Wednesday night.
LIVERPOOL v NORWICH
WILLIAM HILL EXCLUSIVE!
Firm announces 12/1 Luis Suarez hat-trick
Popular UK firm William Hill have announced they are offering a stand out price of 12/1 for Luis Suarez to score another hat-trick against Norwich plus are offering free bets worth £25/€25 to all new customers to spend on the midweek coupon!
The Reds slipped 7 points behind the Gunners after a first ever loss to Hull at the weekend and with just one win in their last four games manager Brendan Rodgers will hope to get back to winning ways.
Liverpool will be without injured duo striker Daniel Sturridge and Jose Enrique for the game while Kolo Toure is a doubt after suffering a hip injury against Hull
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers will be glad to be able to call up on Philippe Coutinho for the clash. The Brazilian played the final 25 minutes of the clash at the KC Stadium after suffering an ankle strain against Everton but is in contention to start on Wednesday.
“Philippe will be fine,” Rodgers told his pre-match press conference.
“He’s had no further reaction from the game yesterday. He’s trained this morning, so all being well he’ll be fit.”
Victors Moses and Raheem Sterling are both likely to drop to the bench following poor individual performances on Sunday while Daniel Agger is set to return to the starting line-up.
Norwich meanwhile will head to Merseyside in fine fettle after they recorded their 2nd win in three games with a narrow 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
The weekend win moved Chris Hughton’s side up to 14th in the table and eased the pressure on the former Birmingham City manager.
Eleven of Norwich’s points so far this season have come at Carrow Road with the Canaries losing 5 of their 6 games on the road with the concession of 16 goals.
Despite their poor away record Hughton is looking forward to the game “The Liverpool match is a game where arguably they don’t come much tougher, but it’s another challenge for us and our away form needs to improve and there’s no better opportunity than the next opportunity.
“It’s always tough at Anfield, but it is also a great place to play. The surface is always very good and you want a team and group of players to enjoy playing there.”
Gary Hooper and Johan Elmander are set to continue up front for Norwich while Nathan Redmond could feature after making an impression against Palace.