Paddy’s Premier League debate
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One thing you can guarantee when Norwich City host Liverpool in the Premier League. It will not be dull.
City need points and fast to revive fading survival hopes. The unbeaten Reds need just six wins to confirm their first league title in three decades. Jurgen Klopp brings Liverpool to the bottom club as European champions and World Club champions.
Is it a cut and dried case at Carrow Road, or is there another memorable Manchester City type afternoon and early evening in the Norfolk air?
Both squads will be refreshed after a mid-winter top flight break. That should strengthen Emi Buendia's claims for a start after a late cameo in the 0-0 stalemate at Newcastle United. But with Ben Godfrey available after his three-game ban what should Daniel Farke do at the other end of the pitch?
Grant Hanley was again solid at St James' Park but Farke favoured a Godfrey and Christoph Zimmermann pairing at Hanley's expense for the recent home win over Bournemouth.
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- Recap all the key topics discussed with Group Football Editor Paddy Davitt in our regular Monday lunchtime question-and-answer session.
- 1 Norwich City star tipped to reject move to Tottenham
- 2 City midfielder returns to Norfolk after loan spell terminated
- 3 Bushiri completes Eupen loan
- 4 Placheta must kick on at City
- 5 Giannoulis in contention for Boro clash - as City secure work permit
- 6 Giannoulis deal proof City can navigate difficult transfer market
- 7 Cantwell explains why he wears different coloured boots and why City is in his DNA
- 8 Lambert and Ipswich in crisis: Do you care, City fans?
- 9 City striker seals Swindon loan move; Hugill injury boost
- 10 'That's my dream' - Giannoulis hopes his style will boost City's promotion hopes