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Norwich City are back in the Premier League in the first time of asking, having clinched an automatic berth in the Championship standings.

The Canaries, though, will be wary of the way they performed the last time they were in the top-flight and will look to reduce the expansiveness to a little extent while focusing more on the defensive side of their game to give a better account of themselves.

Liverpool, on the other hand, are coming off the back of a roller-coaster of a campaign wherein they had to battle it out for a top four finish, having started the season as the defending champions.

But, the Reds are now back at full strength, and raring to challenge for the title once again, with the return of Virgil van Dijk being crucial.

Liverpool were 1-0 victors the last time they locked horns with Norwich City at Carrow Road, with Sadio Mane scoring the only goal of the game. Ahead of the latest meeting between the two sides, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter.

It’s likely that Klopp will have a planned set of line-ups for the first few games since rotation due to scheduling will not be an issue. For Norwich, we might see James Milner put in some minutes to help maintain defensive solidity in the absence of Andy Robertson (and potential debut of a new centerback partnership).

Naby Keïta is an option in the midfield after (another) strong pre-season, though Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain can say the same.

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Fabinho is perhaps the easiest decision to make in the central three, as the Brazilian is set to return to his role at the base of the midfield after often being asked to fill in at centerback last season. Harvey Elliot, too, could see a Premier League start tomorrow.

While he is fit, Curtis Jones will miss this match due to concussion protocols. He and Andy Robertson are the only players ruled out of the first Premier League match.

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