Liverpool vs Norwich prediction, betting tips and lineups brought to you by oddschecker football expert Tom Love.
Liverpool vs Norwich Stats
- Liverpool have scored at least two goals in their last four FA Cup matches.
- Liverpool have won their last six meetings with Norwich.
- The last three meetings between these two have ended 3-0 or 3-1 to Liverpool.
Liverpool vs Norwich
Betting Tip: Liverpool to win 3-0 & Liverpool to win 3-1
Fresh off the back of a Carabao Cup triumph at Wembley Liverpool are back in action, this time in the FA Cup as they play host to Norwich at Anfield on Wednesday night. Spirits will no doubt be high in the camp and it’s clearly been a collective effort in both the cup competitions for Liverpool this season. It would not be a surprise to see wholesale changes from Sunday with the likes of Curtis Jones, Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino drafted into the XI.
The Reds are 4/1 second-favourites to win the FA Cup and they have to be up their for the betting in the Champions League as well given their first-leg victory over Inter Milan. What’s more, the title race could be back on with Liverpool winning at a relentless rate currently, multiple trophies this season would be another feather in the cap of Jurgen Klopp.
Norwich came to Anfield just a couple of weeks ago in the league and despite taking the lead they fell to a 3-1 defeat. The Canaries had an upturn in form at the start of the year but the difficult recent run of fixtures has seen them lose three on the trot, the latter of which was a disappointing 2-0 defeat at Southampton.
With premier league survival surely the chief aim for the Norfolk side it wouldn’t be a surprise if they fielded a second-string side with a winnable game at home to Brentford on the horizon at the weekend. Liverpool could stroll to a comfortable win again and it’s two correct scores that I’m keen to get with here.
The last three meetings between these sides have ended 3-0, 3-0 and 3-1 to Liverpool and attacking this market again looks the sensible way to go with prices artificially short in the more generic markets. These can be backed at fairly similar prices and I’ll go half a point on each.