Saturday's evening clash comes from Carrow Road as struggling Norwich welcome runaway leaders Liverpool. George Pitts looks at the betting.
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It is strange saying this when we are just halfway through February, but after the mid-season break Liverpool are now on the final straight in their quest for their first Premier League title.
Just six more wins. That is all Jurgen Klopp's side need - and that is on the basis that Man City do not drop any more points.
The last time these two met was the opening game of the campaign and an awful lot has happened since. European champions Liverpool were up against newly-promoted Norwich, with plenty of reasons to be confident of securing survival in the season ahead.
Despite losing 4-1, Daniel Farke's side did show a lot of promise and got the credit they deserved for a brave performance on Merseyside. That counts for nothing now when they sit bottom and seven points from safety.
A win in their last Carrow Road outing against Bournemouth gave them hope, but it was their only league victory in 12 and that is just not good enough.
A glimmer of hope for them here is with their valiant displays against Tottenham and Arsenal (and a narrow loss to Chelsea) on home soil, as well as that shock 3-2 win over Man City in September.
But history shows Norwich v Liverpool regularly produces goals. It was 4-1 at Anfield in the reverse fixture, the last meeting in Norfolk was 4-5 (remember when Klopp broke his glasses celebrating their winner?), there was also that spell where Luis Suarez loved coming up against Norwich. In 13/14 Liverpool won the fixtures 2-3 and 5-1, in 12/13 they won 5-0 and 5-2 and in 11/12 won 3-0, again in Norwich.
Granted, this is a far different team but football has strange ways of history repeating itself. There was a temptation to back the visitors to score four or more at 11/4, but there is value in the overs market.
With these margins in mind, and Norwich's home fixtures against the big guns, backing over 3.5 goals at 11/8 is incredibly appealing. Over 4.5 at 10/3 is tempting, but the former is preferred. This one even plays into the hands of a 1-3 scoreline.
With Liverpool well rested, it is expected they will be fresh rather than sluggish and hopefully that will translate into a goal-fest in Norfolk.
In addition to this thinking, a nice one to consider for a small play in the goalscorer markets is on Sadio Mane to find the back of the net with a header.
The Senegal forward may be just 5ft 8in but he has attempted more headed shots than any other Liverpool player this season. He has 17 - the next best is, you guessed it, Virgil van Dijk with 11 - and he averages nearly one per game in the league.
He has a knack of making late runs at the far post and being in and around the action in the six-yard box to get any loose balls, often with his head.
Mane often scored with this method last season and at 17/2 to get a headed goal here, it is a nice price on someone who is pretty short in the anytime market - providing he starts after injury last month.
Prediction: Norwich 1-4 Liverpool (Sky Bet odds: 16/1)
Odds via Sky Bet and correct as of 1400 GMT on 13/02/20
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