Jose Enrique will miss out due to an ongoing hamstring injury meaning that Glen Johnson will probbaly continue his shift at left-back with Andre Wisdom expected to fill in at right-back. Fabio Borini came on as a substitute against Manchester United last week - his first appearance since fracturing a bone in his foot back in October. Another Liverpool striker that made an appearance from the bench last week was recent £12m signing, Daniel Sturridge. The England international is expected to make his first league start for the club after scoring twice in his first two games.
Norwich will be boosted by the return of three key players in the form of Grant Holt, Jonny Howson and Andrew Surman. However, striker Steve Morison and defender Steven Whittaker are expected to miss out with knee and hip injuries respectively.
Suarez Sturridge Sterling
Johnson Agger Skrtel Widom
Pilkington Hoolahan Snodgrass
Garrido Bassong Turner Martin
Players to watch
Luis Suarez - The flamboyant Uruguyan has been heavily criticised in the press this week due to comments he made on "inventing" a foul against Stoke earlier this season. Nevertheless, Suarez has scored two hat-tricks in successive games against Norwich and will undoubtedly be relishing the prospect of bagging a 'hat-trick of hat-tricks'.
Wes Hoolahan - Norwich's playmaker. The diminutive Irishman is The Canaries' creative spark and any chances that the away team fashion will more than likely have come though Hoolahan opearating in the hole between the midfield and the lone striker.
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