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Friday, 27 April 2012

Norwich V Liverpool online video Free Live England Premier League Preview -28 April -2012,18:30 CET

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard returned to training during the week after being rested for the home defeat against West Brom.Norwich V Liverpool Live Stream online video England Premier League 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  04/28/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Norwich V Liverpool Stream Free online video Video Of England Premier League Friday 28 April 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 18:30 CET.England Premier League,Watch Video online video Live online video,Norwich V Liverpool Live Streaming Video ,Norwich V Liverpool Stream,Norwich V Liverpool Live free,Norwich V Liverpool Streaming,Norwich V Liverpool Live, Norwich V Liverpool online video,Norwich V Liverpool online video, Norwich V Liverpool Results,England Premier League Fixtures.Paul Lambert has done an excellent job at Carrow Road and deserves all the praise he has received since guiding the club back to the top flight from League One.

Norwich were tipped to struggle when back in the Premier League given the speed of their ascent and, at the beginning of the season, the prospect of outperforming Liverpool was unthinkable.

Kenny Dalglish's Anfield club spent £80million last summer in a pursuit of returning to the UEFA Champions League, but they are in danger of finishing in the bottom half of the table following a wretched league campaign.

However, with an FA Cup final in just more than a week and two league matches to play before then, Dalglish may look to protect some of his players.

Midfielder Charlie Adam's knee injury has ruled out a return before the end of the season.


    The Canaries have won two of their last 10 league games.
They have recorded just two clean sheets this term - fewer than any other top-flight side.
Paul Lambert's side have gained 14 points from losing positions this term - only Arsenal have a better record.


    The Reds have hit the woodwork 30 times in the Premier League this season, more than any other side in a full campaign since 2000 (according to Opta).
  They have converted just 9% of shots into goals this season, the lowest proportion in the top flight.
    The Reds have allowed their opponents just 120 shots on targets this term - the lowest tally in the Premier League.
 Liverpool have won two of their last 11 top-flight matches (W2, D2, L7).
    Kenny Dalglish's side have won seven away Premier League games this term - only the top three can better that tally.

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