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Liverpool have lost 37.5% of their EPL games this term when D.Sturridge hasn't played, compared to 7.6% when he has. http://t.co/By1xkEkg1B
11 - Luis Suarez has scored more goals against Norwich than 24 Premier League teams have managed. Nemesis.
Martin Skrtel: Has made at least 41 more clearances (374) than any other player in Europe’s top 5 leagues this season #LFC
Brendan Rodgers has paid tribute to Luis Suarez, who will look to continue one of the more remarkable Premier League scoring records when Liverpool face Norwich on Sunday.
– Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
I saw his three goals that he scored at Carrow Road before I came in and then obviously he's had four and three during my time here against Norwich.
But I take most solace from what we do as a team. Luis plays that role really well, he's scored a big part of his goals up there on his own.
He enjoys that role, the freedom and the space that it offers, and thankfully we've got other players that can score goals in the team. He's been fantastic and he will continue to be.
Daniel Sturridge is likely to miss Liverpool's trip to Norwich on Sunday. The striker was forced off with a hamstring problem during the Reds' 3-2 win over Manchester City last weekend.
Jordan Henderson, meanwhile, begins a three-match suspension following his sending off late on at Anfield.
Premier League title chasers Liverpool travel to Norwich on Sunday knowing their star man has an incredible goalscoring record against the Canaries.
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Ricky Van Wolfswinkel just had his eighth shot on target of the season. That's absolute filth.
It's now been 20 hours since Norwich's record signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel scored. #moneywellspent
Neil Adams insists his first match as Norwich manager at Fulham on Saturday will not on its own determine whether the Canaries retain their Premier League status.
– Norwich head coach Neil Adams
I keep hearing the must-win, the one-game season. It's a five-game season. We're capable of beating anybody.
If people want to write us off, great.
We'll be confident we'll win games. If people want to give us no chance, fine.
We're used to that. We're down at the bottom end of the table with six, seven, eight other clubs who have been written off on a weekly basis.
For these next four weeks, five games, we've got to leave no stone unturned and come what may, whatever happens, one thing we would've done was given it everything.
We've got to stay in this division. That's the one and only goal.