Norwich City season ticket holder Adam Savoury provides the view from Carrow Road ahead of Saturday's game.
How are your fans feeling about a trip to Anfield?
Probably not as confident as we would have been about six weeks ago, but despite not winning in five games, we're more solid as a unit this season and I think the majority of Norwich fans genuinely believe that we can come to Anfield and get a positive result. We've already kept six clean sheets this season in comparison to the two throughout the entire of last season. Having Grant Holt back from injury will be a massive boost. He hasn't scored the goals that he scored last year, but as shown in recent weeks, we miss him immensely when he's not available.
We're likely to hear...
On the Ball City. Sung probably a bit too much sometimes, so it's pretty certain that if you don't know it, you'll get a decent idea of how it goes after Saturday.
Best way to beat Norwich?
Teams that do well against Norwich usually stop the ball from getting to Wes Hoolahan. He's our main creative force in the role just behind Grant Holt and if you can stop the ball from getting to him and limit his influence on the game then that's a good start as he's what usually makes us tick.
Weak links in your team?
Our weak link this season has been scoring goals, without a doubt. Grant Holt and Steve Morison have only bagged four league goals between them. We have created chances in the majority of games but just haven't been able to take them, hence the rumours of Danny Graham and Gary Hooper being on our radar this transfer window.
Player we should worry about?
Robert Snodgrass has probably been our player of the season so far since signing from Leeds in the summer. His delivery from set-pieces (last weekend aside) is outstanding and he's our leading goalscorer this season.
Liverpool player you rate?
Despite his critics, Luis Suarez is obviously a world-class player. He's single-handedly ripped us apart in the last two meetings at Carrow Road. Hopefully we can prevent him from scoring a third successive hat-trick against us. Watching Steven Gerrard ping the ball around Carrow Road earlier this season would have been a joy to watch too, if I wasn't a Norwich fan.
Best and worst thing about being a Norwich fan?
The best thing about Norwich is the club's support. Despite the poor few years we had we consistently sold out Carrow Road and our allocation away from home, even in League One, which is support that is envied even by some clubs in this league. The worst is the way that we're still perceived as 'little old Norwich'. We're not so much of a softer touch off the pitch as we used to be with David McNally, and I'm sure that tag can be shaken off with a bit of stability in the Premier League.
I fancy us to pinch a point here. Suarez for Liverpool and Holt in front of the Kop end again.