Liverpool vs Norwich City Prediction: Premier League Match on 19.02.2022
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Norwich City now face a huge uphill challenge if they are to survive in the Premier League this season. The Canaries have played a game more than the side directly above them in the standings, and trail Newcastle United by four points. Norwich have won four times this season, which is three more than the number recorded by Burnley.
The title race is still very much on for the Reds, and Jurgen Klopp certainly looks to have told his players that, as they have won their last four fixtures in the Premier League. Liverpool have been scintillating throughout the season, but they will need to keep picking up wins and chipping away at City’s lead and wait for an opening to pounce.
Liverpool will be searching for a fifth straight Premier League win this weekend to keep up the pressure on Manchester City. Meanwhile, Norwich City’s survival chances have been impacted with a run of two without a victory.
The Reds edged to a 1-0 success in their latest league fixture, as Fabinho scored five minutes before half-time against Burnley at Turf Moor.
They have won two of their previous four games in the Premier League, and have lost just once during that run. That defeat came last weekend against Manchester City, and this is a seriously difficult run of back-to-back fixtures for the Canaries with a visit to Anfield to take on Liverpool this weekend.
Liverpool vs Norwich City Head to Head
Liverpool have an incredible strong how record against Norwich City, and that looks set to continue this weekend. Therefore, our best bet for the fixture is Liverpool (-2). The Reds have scored a total of 14 goals in their last three home matches against the Canaries.
Liverpool vs Norwich City Prediction
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Despite Liverpool’s excellent form over recent weeks, there are still few that believe that they actually have what it takes to claw back into the title race. The gap between the Reds and Manchester City stands at nine points, which could be cut to six should Liverpool claim success in the game that they have in hand over Pep Guardiola’s side.
Liverpool’s record in this fixture doesn’t give much hope to the Canaries. The Reds have won ten of the previous 12 meetings, which includes wins in the previous four. The previous meeting between the sides this term saw Liverpool win 3-0 at Carrow Road.