Norwich vs Liverpool
England Carabao Cup,
Date: Tuesday, 21 September 2021
Kick-off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: Carrow Road.
This is essentially a match-up between the best and worst of the Premier League. Liverpool are contenders to lift the title at the end of the season, while Norwich are expected to get booted to the Championship.
Likely, expect a victory for the Reds this Tuesday.
They are back to their best after the return of some key players from injury, and seem determined to go after another PL title. So far they have been done justice to this objective as well.
Currently they are placed second in the table, and are one of the only three teams yet to lose a match-up.
They have also scored the most number of goals barring Manchester United, and have conceded the least as well. In fact, they have let in a single goal – despite the season having completed five match-days.
In the meantime, Norwich are placed dead last in the table, and have a 100% losing record so far. They remain the only team yet to post a point on the board, and they have conceded the most, as well as have scored the least.
Going on, Jurgen Klopp’s men also have a great h2h record against this foe over the years, and have scored in huge numbers in the process as well.
By the looks of things, expect a win for Liverpool this Tuesday at the Carrow Road.
Norwich vs Liverpool: Head-to-head (h2h)
- The latest encounter had ended in a 0-3 win for the Reds.
- They are on a four-game winning streak.
- They had also won 13 of the past 15 clashes.
- The team had also scored three or more goals in eight of the past ten meetings.
Norwich vs Liverpool Prediction
Norwich had lost six of their past seven overall games, and they had conceded three or more goals in four of these fixtures. Do also note that they had failed to score in four of their past seven match-ups.
On the other hand, their counterparts are on a ten-fixture unbeaten streak, and eight of these were wins. And of the two draws during this stretch, one had come against reigning European champions Chelsea.
Going on, Klopp’s men had scored three or more goals in five of their former seven matches, and they had kept clean sheets in four of their last six games.
Taking into account these observations, as well as past h2h stats, expect a compelling win for Liverpool’s