Liverpool will look to pressure on title rivals Manchester City when they host relegation-threatened Norwich this weekend.
With City taking on Tottenham in Saturday’s final fixture, Liverpool can close the gap to the top six points.
The Reds have won their last four in the top flight and have already beaten Norwich 3-0 in the league and EFL Cup this season.
The Canaries have seen an improvement in form recently but remain in the bottom three and were crushed by City last weekend.
Liverpool v Norwich: Date and time
The Premier League clash is due to take place on Saturday February 19 at Anfield.
Kick-off is scheduled for 3 p.m.
Liverpool won at Norwich on the first weekend of the season thanks to goals from Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah.
Liverpool v Norwich: How to follow
Unfortunately, this match will not be shown on UK screens due to the 3pm blackout in English football.
However, highlights will be available on the Sky Sports website and app shortly after the match ends and then later during the match of the day.
Updates will also be live on talkSPORT throughout the afternoon.
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Liverpool v Norwich: team news
Diogo Jota suffered an ankle injury in Liverpool’s Champions League win over Inter Milan on Wednesday and will need to be assessed.
New signing Luis Diaz could enter the starting line-up regardless to give Jota time to recover.
Otherwise, the Reds have a fully fit squad.
Norwich striker Adam Idah will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury suffered in training.
Lukas Rupp, Jacob Sorensen and Tim Krul remain absent.
Ozan Kabak is available again after an illness while Mathias Normann could start for the first time since November.
Liverpool vs Norwich: what was said?
Norwich boss Dean Smith: “We knew Manchester City and Liverpool were going to be two very tough games for us.
“We reviewed the Manchester City game and there were a lot of mistakes made.
“I was disappointed with the way we conceded the goals. We must limit these errors now.
“All the goals we conceded were avoidable. It’s something we have to do against Liverpool, limit our mistakes.
“They have quality all over the pitch and that’s why both teams are the best teams in the world.
“They (Liverpool) are very difficult to stop but we approach the game as another opportunity. City were an opportunity and at 1-0 at half-time, we thought we were in the game.
“Unfortunately we gave them a sloppy second goal and you can’t afford to do that at this level against this quality of opposition.
“We know we can go and give them a game, we know we have the quality to cause them problems. But we must certainly limit our errors.