After losing to West Ham United, Liverpool bounced back with a clinical 4-0 victory over Arsenal. They are in third place with 25 points from 12 games, including six won, four ties, and a loss. By their own standards, they have a poor home record, with only three wins and three ties in six home games. With 35 goals scored and 11 goals conceded this season, they have the most goals scored and the fewest goals conceded. Mohamed Salah leads Liverpool’s goal scorers with 11 goals, while Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino each have seven and four goals. Diogo Jota, Divok Origi, and Andrew Robertson are doubtful for the Southampton clash, while Roberto Firmino, Curtis Jones, Naby Keita, James Milner, and Joe Gomez are out.
The struggling Norwich side broke Southampton’s four-match unbeaten streak with a 2-1 victory. They have previously drawn one and won three games against Burnley, Aston Villa, Watford, and Leeds United respectively. They are currently in 13th place in the points table with 14 points from 12 games. They have three wins, five ties, and four losses in the league so far. They have a decent road record with one victory, two draws, and three losses in six games. They have 11 goals and 14 goals conceded so far in the tournament. James Ward-Prowse, Che Adams, Adam Armstrong, and Armando Borja are the top scorers with two goals each. Moussa Djenepo and Stuart Armstrong are doubtful for the next Premier League clash, while Jack Stephens is out with a knee injury.