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FULL TIME: Liverpool will go in the clash against Fulham on Tuesday night and next weekend's FA Cup final against Chelsea in supreme confidence thanks to a hat-trick from Luis Suarez. His third was the pick of the bunch with a chip from 45-yards past the hapless John Ruddy. The Reds stay 8th, in the table, but are just two points behind Everton now while Norwich are 13th.
Just two added minutes of stoppage time to be added then.
Mattias adds: "I guess as there are stats for everything these days that someone will know who made the most nutmegs this season. My money is on Suarez to top that chart by a mile!"
Dean No1 Norwich Fan says: "Three goals in 10 minutes watch Holt Go!!!"
Kenny Dalglish was delighted with that goal by Suarez and now the home crowd are leaving in numbers.
And Elijah says: "Glad we're winning and I am over the moon that little Luis has got a hat trick. More to come yet I think, with maybe a Bellamy goal in injury time. Wouldn't be too surprised to see Holt score as well though."
Hans from Denmark says: "What a wonderful goal from Suarez to make it a brilliant hat-trick. 17 goals in all competions this season, not bad at all."
84 SUBSTITUTIONS: Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez are replaced by Sebastian Coates and Dirk Kuyt for Liverpool.
OMG! What a goal by Suarez. His first hat-trick for Liverpool and the 10th of his career. Elliott Ward makes another mistake allowing the Uruguayan to nip in and take the ball off him just inside the Canaries half. And with goalkeeper John Ruddy off his line, what does he decide to do? Yep, he chips him from 45 yards. Simply stunning!
82 GOAL: Norwich 0 Liverpool 3 (Luis Suarez 83).
James Vaughan's shot is superbly blocked by Jamie Carragher. The shot was on target too!
Can the Canaries score a late goal to set this up for a cracking finish I wonder?
Plenty of female Liverpool fans are writing in today which is pleasing to see. Bradley Johnson fires over the crossbar from a prodigious distance.
Sally Tweets: "Just read tweets.. Carroll would stand better chance if Downing put better balls in...come on the Red Men!!!"
The Liverpool fans are starting to sing songs about "going to Wembley." Is there a big game next weekend then?
76 SUBSTITUTION: Grant Holt replaces Steve Morison for Norwich then much to the delight of the home supporters.
Bradley Johnson's cross is easily caught by Jose Reina and it's Liverpool back on the ball.
Don't worry fans, not much happening at the moment, but Lamberts is ready to bring Holt into the action.
Robert is not a happy Reds fan: "I understand that were winning, but Liverpool miss too many chances to what they create and Jonjo is not a premiership player."
Blake Tweets: "LFC to win 3-1, Holt to come on and score for Norwich, and Gerrard to grab another."
70 YELLOW CARD: Ryan Bennett is booked for blocking off the dangerous Luis Suarez.
James Vaughan has a crack at goal from 25-yards, but it's just wide.
It's shoot on site for Liverpool with both Suarez and Downing both having a crack at goal, but defenders are back to make the block.
Poppy Tweets: "What a surprise liverpool are winning BECAUSE carroll isn't playing! I don't care if he saved 2 games for us... He does not fit in."
65 YELLOW CARD: James Vaughan is correctly booked for sliding into Jose Reina.
SUAREZ CHANCE! Luis Suarez nutmegs Ryan Bennett before attempting to chip John Ruddy, but he lifts his shot well over the target.
Liverpool have hit the woodwork on 31 occasions this season now, more than any other team, while only Bolton (6) have the struck the uprights fewer times than Norwich (7).
Norwich have only shut out the opposition in two of their 40 matches this season.
Liverpool are in possession and passing the ball around nicely.
My Norwich friend Kieran has Tweeted me: "Hi Raz. Just I think the game today isn't very good with Fox and Naughton costing us the goals.We need to bring on a second striker." I think most people want Grant Holt on the pitch Kieran, but he's still sitting on the bench.
Elliott Bennett has a crack at goal from 30-yards, but unfortuantely for him, it's wide of the target.
Steve Morison's quick fire shot is well blocked by Glen Johnson for a corner but Jamie Carragher scrambles the ball away.
Ellis says: "Hi Raz, LFC fan here, I reckon Suarez will get a hat- trick, with Gerrard scoring late, 4-0!!"
AWFUL MISS! Jonjo Shelvey really does miss an open goal from Jose Enrique's superb low driven cross from the left.
Steven Gerrard finds Luis Suarez and although his chest down to Downing is a good one, the former Aston Villa man fails to keep his effort down.
"I fancy the flood gates are open for the second half, could this be the game we have been waiting for all season!?! Come on you reds!" says Matt.
OFF THE WOODWORK! Stewart Downing breaks away down the right and his cross is scuffed by Suarez and Jonjo Shelvey is denied his first Premier League goal by the crossbar.
Elliott Bennett's stinging drive is parried by Jose Reina for Norwich's first real effort of the game.
Hazel isn't an optimistic Reds fan: "Is this going to be another false dawn and we throw a 2 nil lead away again I hope not but we have done everything wrong this season."
Looks like Johnny Howson will support the frontmen now and well, they really need to go for broke as Jamie Carragher wins his side a throw.
Amy sums up the feeling of many Norwich fans right now: "I know nothing about football but after the Wigan game I came to see Lambert is silly for keeping Holt on the bench......!! He was fab when I saw him!"
The early Norwich pressure comes to nothing as Liverpool win a free-kick.
47 SUBSTITUTION: There was a change for Norwich at the break as James Vaughan replaced David Fox just to confirm.
The second half is underway at Carrow Road and immediately Norwich win an early corner.
Norwich are 50/1 to win the game while Liverpool are 1/50 and the draw is 16/1 with @Skybet. Luis Suarez to score the next goal is 5/1 and the Reds to win 4-0 is 6/1. A 2-2 draw is 20/1 Norwich fans! Head now to www.skybet.com to place your bets.
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HALF TIME: Luis Suarez has scored six goal in his last eight games for Liverpool as they lead Norwich 2-0 at Carrow Road. The Uruguayan has been in electric form and is on course for a hat-trick.
45+1 YELLOW CARD: Johnny Howson goes into the book after being shown a clean pair of heels by Steven Gerrard.
There will be two added minutes of stoppage time as Luis Suarez is caught offside although replays show he was inside his own half when he made the run - Fernando Torres style.
Paul Lambert really needs a second striker and Grant Holt is sitting on the bench chomping at the bit I reckon.
This free-kick is dead centre about 30-yards from goal but Craig Bellamy's strike is well over the crossbar.
42 YELLOW CARD: Elliott Ward is booked for a late challenge on No. 7 Luis Suarez.
Chris says: "Hi Raz. Christoff the red here. This is the kind of result we should be getting against the "lower" teams. Smash and grab has been Man Utd's strategy for the last few years and has won them titles!"
I have to say, everytime the ball is played forward by Liverpool, Suarez looks like he's going to create a chance. He's looking very sharp!
The ball is played short to Glen Johnson and he attempts to pick out Suarez with a short pacy pass, but John Ruddy is alert and makes an important save.
The ball into the box is cleared by Suarez wins another corner.
Glen Johnson does well down the right to win a throw and Luis Suarez wins his side a throw.
Liverpool have only won three of their last 15 Premier League matches, losing nine in that run while Norwich have won just two of their last 10 Premier League games and have gone 11 without a shutout.
Norwich have yet to have a sniff at goal while Liverpool are controlling the tempo of the game.
Liverpool are starting to dominate possession now and the home fans are not a happy bunch.
Cole is not a happy Norwich fan: "Bring on Grant Holt! He will get the crowd going and give Carragher a night to forget!"
Paul Lambert cannot be a happy man on the touchline as Russell Martin clatters into Craig Bellamy.
It's been a smash and grab for the Reds so far this early evening, but some defensive errors have really cost the Canaries.
Norwich give the ball away badly and Suarez gets the better of Elliott Ward before lashing his right-foot strike powerfully into the far corner for a peach of a goal.
28 GOAL: Norwich 0 Liverpool 2 (Luis Suarez 28).
CLOSE REDS! That could have been two, but Steven Gerrard's goalbound effort was blocked by Elliott Ward. The England international claimed a handball, but replays show it hit his back.
Well, I'm not sure they deserved that goal, but they looked so sharp breaking forward.
Wonderful goal by Liverpool as they break the deadlock at Carrow Road. Steven Gerrard robs David Fox and feeds Suarez who bends his left-foot shot into the far corner giving John Ruddy no chance. That's his 15th goal of the season!
24 GOAL: Norwich 0 Liverpool 1 (Luis Suarez 24).
Daniel Agger cuts out Russell Martin's cross for a throw and Howson's cross is headed clear.
The atmosphere has been missing so far and the games really needs a spark or better still - a goal!
Elliott Bennett climbs into the back of Jose Enrique for a free-kick to the Reds.
Thomas reckons this will end up as an away win: "I have a feeling liverpool will beat Norwich 2-1 with Luis suarez and Dirk Kuyt scoring late and Morison scoring before the second half. COME ON LIVERPOOL!!!"
Now the Welshman is caught offside from a long ball up the field.
Craig Bellamy's low cross from the left finds Jordan Henderson, but the midfelder is stretching for the ball too much and Norwich are able to clear.
Paul emails me to say: "Come on you reds, let's bag a win and take the confidence to Wembley next week... 3-1 to the red men."
However, Norwich win the ball back from Steven Gerrard and now they looks for Steve Morison.
Jose Reina collects the ball and distributes very quickly.
Ryan Bennett earns a free-kick from Jordan Henderson's push in a dangerous area to the right.
12 SUBSTITUTION: Russell Martin replaces the injured Adam Drury for Norwich then.
Labib emails in to say: "Bellamy to run Norwich ragged! In King Kenny we trust - YNWA!"
Anthony Pilkington gets away down the left, but fails to pick out a teammate at the back post.
Adam Drury seems to have picked up and injury and this could be the end of his game.
The Canaries have won two of their last nine games here at Carrow Road, although they had an excellent result at Tottenham of course.
The surface is very quick due to the earlier rain we've had in this part of the world.
John Ruddy was quick off his line to make a clearance ahead of Luis Suarez.
Aditya is first to email in: "You would think that when Liverpool are not converting more chances into goals, Dalglish would go with more attack into a game. But NOOO...he goes with a lone striker and no Carroll in the team! I dont really understand his tactics. Tough time to be a fan I'd say...I hope we win though! A lot riding on this match!"
Craig Bellamy, who played his early career at Carrow Road collects the ball and gets a few boos.
The game has yet to settle as Liverpool keep some early possession.
Kenny Dalglish did reveal before the game that the reason why Andy Carroll is not in the squad was because of a groin injury fans.
Norwich could move above Liverpool with a win today as the game gets underway.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard returns to the starting XI. With next week's FA Cup final on the horizon, Reds boss Kenny Dalglish also makes five changes, one of which sees former Canaries striker Craig Bellamy face his old club. Reds forward Andy Carroll is not in the squad.
Norwich are all but secure of a place in the top flight again next season. Manager Paul Lambert makes five changes from the team beaten at Blackburn. Captain Grant Holt drops to the bench as Steve Morison leads the attack.
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NORWICH: Ruddy, Naughton, Ryan Bennett, Ward, Drury, Elliott Bennett, Howson, Fox, Johnson, Pilkington, Morison.
SUBSTITUTIONS: Steer, Martin, Vaughan, Holt, Surman, Hoolahan, Wilbraham.
LIVERPOOL: Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Agger, Jose Enrique, Downing, Gerrard, Henderson, Shelvey, Bellamy, Suarez.
SUBSTITUTIONS: Doni, Maxi, Coates, Kuyt, Spearing, Kelly, Skrtel.
REFEREE: Mark Halsey (Lancashire).
Here come the teams...