That was an absolutely unstoppable strike! 45min: Sterling is just too quick for Michael Turner, as the forward is wiped out by the defender seconds after taking a touch to beat the defender on the halfway line. Martin is now playing up front as they search desperately for the equaliser. His floated cross is cleared by Skrtel, but the hosts get another chance as Johnson concedes a free kick out on the left touchline. 20 mins: Norwich are definitely having a spell here. It's turbulent times down at Norwich, with Neil Adams taking charge following the dismissal of Chris Hughton. We've just got to take some of the chances we create. Stuff, for example, like this: Will the laws that usually govern things find a way to stamp out this surely temporary spell of insanity? Can they pull five points away from Chelsea at the top of the table to go a step closer to their title dream? Game on. 49 mins: Suárez picks out Coutinho with a crossfield wonderpass. Brendan Rodgers has now also had a chat with Sky. What a chance!! We've looked at their team in depth. It should be 4-2!! Johnson gets on the end of the corner for Norwich, but his header loops high and lands on top of the net. This is what Liverpool have come to. To be fair to Turner, though he was definitely attempting to tackle him, I'm not convinced he had any idea where Sterling was at the time. Sterling cuts out Johnson's pass in his own half, runs down the right, cuts inside and finally shoots from 15 yards. More to follow I'm sure. Well, that's all from our LIVE coverage from Carrow Road. Liverpool players embark on Norwich trip as they look to... 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Norwich, who are hovering two points above the drop zone, pulled the score back to 2-1 early in the second-half through Gary Hooper's straightforward finish. Susceptible. Bounty. Johnson pulls the ball back to Suárez, lurking at the edge of the area, and he beats two defenders in checking back onto his right foot and then sends a shot six inches wide of goal. 77min: Well, well, well what a finale we will have to this game! "If Liverpool win the title," notes Tony Cowards, "Brendan Rogers will become the first manager to win the Premier League title without first winning a national title with another club. Right then, down to business. Subs: Van Wolfswinkel, Bunn, Gutierrez, Garrido, Ryan Bennett, Tettey, Murphy.Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Sakho, Flanagan, Allen, Gerrard, Lucas, Sterling, Suarez, Coutinho. Share on email. Norwich have definitely improved but haven't really threatened Mignolet's goal yet. Replays just showed the last Norwich corner, and Skrtel almost ripped off Turner's shirt. The visitors sit on a total of 93 Premier League goals so far, and who'd bet against them bagging a few today? It was a fantastic encounter, wasn't it? COUTINHO!! Is that game over? We are no longer accepting comments on this article. Or can the hosts somehow find their way back into this? The hosts are really on top at the moment - can they level things here? The hosts press well but Rodgers' men look assured on the ball and keep it comfortably before Norwich's Johnson slides in on his namesake, giving the visitors a free kick. The next corner is headed clear by Sakho. Norwich still need wins of course in their battle against relegation and they are taking the game to the Reds. 63 mins: Suárez perhaps gets a little kick from Fer, and goes down rolling about and clutching his ankle. 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That one change [Hooper for Van Wolfswinkel] may give us an advantage. Daniel Agger comes on for Allen to defend the corner, which Mignolet punches away, albeit unconvicingly. A breathtaking record. 16 mins: Norwich win a corner, and provoke a little bit of panic in the Liverpool defence if not, in the end, a chance. Incidentally, I forgot to say, in response to Gary Naylor, that in the last 25 years or so I think only Keegan's Newcastle at their peak have approached the attacking standards set by this Liverpool side, but they only ever did it for the wrong half of a season.