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Norwich v Liverpool
Norwich v Liverpool kicks off at Carrow Ground this Saturday, April 28. The game kicks off at 17:30 GMT.
Like their visitors, the Canaries are involved in a mid-table tussle of eight teams. So any points dropped by any team between this week and the second week of May will cause massive table movement. For Norwich, the only way to go is up; of the eight teams still playing for a place within the top ten, they are ranked seventh. Mathematically however, they could still drop as far as 17th, but that’s the worst case scenario now.
If there’s one thing Paul Lambert should be concerned of right now, it’s the team’s current form. His team has lost back to back, with only four points from the last five outings. They haven’t kept a clean sheet since early February too, making them a satiating prospect for teams who are looking to improve on their current table position.
Liverpool’s season has been a roller coaster to say the least. They started the season well only to see an abrupt decline after the transfer window. Coming off a defeat against West Brom last week, the Reds have now lost 9 of their 15 games since the turn of the year. They are sitting at the eighth spot as a result of the many dropped points, and are now out of the contention to finish in the top four.
Kenny Dalglish has his work cut out for him. Liverpool is carrying a poor form now due to lackluster attacking and poor defending: only four points in the last six games. For a team known for creating blistering scoring chances, set-piece proficiency, and superb individual skill, the team from Anfield are seriously under-performing. Even worse, the team is also giving away goals. Without Lucas Leiva and Charlie Adam in the midfield, Kenny and his boys are looking too tentative in defense more than ever.
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Liverpool has been a streaky team in the second half of the season. Moreover, they are also unpredictable: winning games against top oppositions today, dropping points against minnows tomorrow. This all started after January when the Reds’ fixture list got tougher. But then again, little to no blame should be given to the schedule as after all, the team is blessed with a wealth of talent. Should this be considered a case of declining morale?
Norwich on the other hand is a team in a modest position. You would not expect them to aim any higher than where they are right now, but surely ambition got to them at some point in the season. Fortunately for the Canaries, they are now safe from relegation; a top ten finish is a good bonus to aim for, and that’s something that’s not too far for them to grab now should they sweep their remaining assignments.
Verdict: Many would fancy a Liverpool win, but a winning Norwich display is in the cards. 3-2 in favour of Norwich.
Tip: Norwich love playing and scoring at home; they only have 3 games wherein they fired blanks against their visitors (the last time was in January). Given a poor defensive showing for Liverpool in the recent weeks, this game looks like it’s going to end with over 2.5 goals (tipped at 8/11 via Bet365.com). A 3-2 scoreline in favour of Norwich is staked at 33/1, but safer alternatives for a Norwich win at 2-1 and 2-0 are tipped at 12/1 and 20/1 respectively.
All odds from Bet365.com.