Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the final Premier League game of the day from Carrow Road.
Liverpool fans will be looking for a strong start following Manchester United’s dominant display against Leeds in the early kick off.
It’s Norwich’s first game back in the top-flight after spending last season in the Championship.
But they’ll want to avoid the 4-1 defeat suffered at Anfield in their first match of their 2019/20 campaign.
Much has been made of Liverpool’s lack of activity in the transfer market, having spent just £36m in May on RB Leipzig’s Ibrahima Konate to plug an obvious lack of depth at centre-back.
Liverpool’s top-four rivals have each spent upwards of £75million this summer, but Jurgen Klopp has defended his side’s transfer policy before the game with Norwich.
Klopp said: “I’m never surprised about the financial power of Chelsea, City or United. I am long enough in the country to know they always find a solution to do these kind of things.
“You cannot compare to the other clubs, they obviously don’t have any limits but we have limits and we were quite successful given the limits in the last two years.”
Klopp has focused on securing the future of players already at the club.
Virgil Van Dijk signed a new deal on Friday to keep him at Liverpool until 2025, and is expected to return to the starting lineup today after being sidelined by injury for much of last season.
He follows Trent Alexander-Arnold, Fabinho and Alisson Becker in signing new contracts.
They will look to tie down Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Andy Robertson to longer-term deals to keep the league-winning players in the side.
“For us it is our way. We keep the team together, that is an important part of business as well,” Klopp added.