Liverpool vs. Norwich: Live Stream Info for EPL Clash

Pete SchauerCorrespondent IJanuary 19, 2013

NORWICH, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 29:  Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates scoring their first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Norwich City and Liverpool at Carrow Road on September 29, 2012 in Norwich, England.  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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A matchup with Norwich City could provide Liverpool with a chance to advance in the English Premier League table standings.

Liverpool lost a crucial match to Manchester United the last time out and now stands nine points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur in the EPL standings, but the Reds still have time to work toward a Champions League appearance.

Norwich currently sits at No. 12 in the table with 26 points, trailing Tottenham by 14 points and Liverpool by five.

Having not won an EPL match since Dec. 15 against Wigan Athletic, the Canaries will have their hands full at Anfield on Saturday.


Where: Anfield, England

When: Saturday, Jan. 19 at 10 a.m. ET

Watch: FOX Soccer

Live Streaming: FOXSoccer2Go


Norwich defenders will have a tough time against Luis Suarez, who leads the Reds with 15 league goals while also chipping in three assists.

The last time Suarez found himself in a match against the Canaries, all he did was net a hat-trick, back on Sept. 29.

With his abilities to score outside of the box and a motor that never stops running, Suarez is poised to give Norwich fits on Saturday, meaning Russell Martin will have his work cut out for him.

For the Canaries, they'll need Grant Holt to lead the striking attack, as the Chester Chronicle reports that Holt should be fine to play against the Reds.

Holt found the back of the net against Liverpool the last time these two met and should be a big factor for Norwich on offense.

Coming off a goal-scoring effort against Peterborough United on Jan. 5, Robert Snodgrass should also be heavily involved in the Canaries' striking attack, as both he and Holt find themselves in a three-way tie along with Anthony Pilkington for team lead in goals (four).

When it's all said and done, Norwich doesn't have enough offense to maintain a complete match with the Reds.

The Canaries defenders will have a heck of a time containing Suarez, which makes for a 2-0 Liverpool win over Norwich.


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