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      Liverpool vs Norwich Predictions & Betting Tips

      Liverpool welcome Championship side Norwich City to Anfield in the fourth round of the FA Cup. The Reds are looking to win the competition for the ninth time and make it two triumphs in the last three seasons.

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      Date: 28/01/24

      Kick-off time: 14:30

      Venue: Anfield

      Premier League meets Championship in the fourth round of the FA Cup as Norwich hope to provide an upset when they face Liverpool at Anfield.

      Liverpool are enjoying a very successful campaign so far, sitting top of the Premier League, five points clear of Manchester City having played a game more. The Canaries, in contrast, are battling for a play-off place in a bid to return to the top flight for the first time since 2022. They are currently on the outside looking in, but are just two points off Coventry City in sixth place.

      Norwich required a replay against League One Bristol Rovers to make the fourth round, a 3-1 win at Memorial Stadium ensuring their progress. Liverpool advanced following a 2-0 win in the tie of the round against Arsenal.

      Both teams will be hoping to make it further than they did last year, as Liverpool fell at this hurdle whilst Norwich lost in the round prior. The Reds were defeated by fellow Premier League side Brighton. Kaoru Mitoma scored a stoppage-time winner as the Seagulls came from behind to advance. Blackburn were the victors in a third-round tie at Carrow Road.

      Jurgen Klopp’s side won the competition in 2022, the same season in which they completed a domestic double. Liverpool have won the trophy eight times in their history, the joint-third most of any club. The Canaries have never won the FA Cup and have made it past the fifth round just once in 21 seasons.

      With Mohamed Salah away at the Africa Cup of Nations, Liverpool will be without their main goal-scoring threat. However, they have an abundance of attacking talent to rely on in his absence. Whilst Salah leads the way with 18 goals, Diogo Jota and Darwin Nunez have chipped in with 11 and nine respectively, so Klopp will be looking to the pair to provide a spark. Cody Gakpo and Luis Diaz should also expect to share some of the load. Jonathan Rowe is Norwich’s go-to man, with his 13 goals topping the charts for his club.

      Liverpool and Norwich have met a total of 70 times, the majority in recent years taking place in the Premier League.

      The Reds have dominated this fixture historically, coming out on top 41 times. Norwich have won just 14 games. The most recent matchup was actually in the FA Cup, a Takumi Minamino brace sending Liverpool into the quarter-finals in 2022. They went on to win the competition. It stretched their winning streak against the Canaries to seven games. They have won 12 games in their last 14 in all competitions against the same opponents. The other two ended in draws.

      Norwich have not beaten Liverpool since 1994, when they won 1-0 at Anfield.

      Liverpool vs Norwich City Team News

      Liverpool Team News

      Jurgen Klopp remains without Mohamed Salah and Wataru Endo who are away at AFCON and the Asia Cup respectively. Salah has, however, picked up a hamstring injury on international duty. Trent Alexander-Arnold is also still sidelined with a knee injury. Long-term absentees include Andy Robertson, Kostas Tsimikas, Thiago Alcantara and Joel Matip but there are no fresh concerns ahead of the weekend.

      Norwich Team News

      Grant Hanley is back in training this week, but Danny Batth’s involvement this weekend is in question. Elsewhere, David Wagner has no new injury concerns.

      Form Guide


      In their last five games, Liverpool have been perfect, winning all of them. As well as looking forward to this weekend’s fourth-round tie, they have a Carabao Cup second-round leg to contend with in midweek, in which they lead Fulham 2-1.

      Their last game ended in a dominant 4-0 rout away at Bournemouth. The game was 0-0 at half time, but Darwin Nunez opened the scoring shortly after the break. Diogo Jota bagged a brace, before Nunez added another of his own to finish the Cherries off.

      They got to this stage of this competition with a hard-fought 2-0 victory at Arsenal, with an own goal from Jakub Kiwior and a 95th-minute strike from Luis Diaz confirming the win. Liverpool’s lead at the top of the table is at five, and that is thanks to picking up 13 points from a possible 15. This included a 4-2 win at home to Newcastle, where they amassed an incredible 7.53 xG, after another victory at Burnley and a 1-1 draw against Arsenal.

      Norwich City

      In their last five games, Norwich have won three and drawn two. They are also set to face Leeds in the Championship on Wednesday.

      The Canaries are enjoying a nice run of form, with three consecutive wins, including an FA Cup third-round replay. Last time out saw them beat fellow play-off hopefuls West Brom 2-0, with the victory moving them within four points of the fifth-place side. Josh Sargent and Jonathan Rowe were on the scoresheet. They were also victorious at League One side Bristol Rovers, their 3-1 win in the replay ensuring their place in this round of the competition following a 1-1 draw just over a week prior.

      A win at another play-off contender in Hull City kept them firmly in the race for a top-seven place, as goals from Rowe and Christian Fassnacht secured three points. They also rescued a point against Southampton with a 78th-minute equaliser from Sargent.

      Footy Accumulators Prediction

      Liverpool have not lost in 14 Premier League games, their only defeat since November coming in the Europa League. They are winning games in dominant fashion and currently look very difficult to stop. They should have too much for their Championship opponents - Liverpool 3-0 Norwich

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      Where to Watch

      Liverpool vs Norwich will be available to watch on ITV1.