All eyes will once again be on Luis Suarez when Liverpool host Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday.
The Uruguayan is making headlines after admitting to diving against Stoke City earlier in the season and, although he has avoided Football Association action, he could be punished by his club.
Suarez will therefore be the centre of attention at Anfield not long after causing controversy for an apparent handball against Mansfield and he is already no stranger to Norwich having scored hat-tricks in his last two appearances against the Canaries.
The striker, who celebrates his 26th birthday next Thursday, is also in fine form this season and has scored six goals in his last six appearances in all competitions.
Norwich will therefore know stopping Suarez is key in a game when a victory could move Chris Hughton's club to within two points of Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool.
A recent run of just one point in five matches has seen Norwich slip down the table after a previous 10-game unbeaten run in the top flight.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is pushing for his first Premier League start at home to Norwich City after two goals in as many games since his £12million transfer.
Defender Jose Enrique is still not fully fit after a hamstring problem so Glen Johnson will continue to deputize at left-back.
Jordan Henderson could challenge for Joe Allen's place in midfield.
Norwich midfielder Jonny Howson has recovered from the illness which kept him out of the Newcastle game last weekend.
Andrew Surman returns to the squad after recovering from a knee injury and Grant Holt (hamstring) has been declared fully fit.
Defender Steven Whittaker (hip) and striker Steve Morison (knee) are still recovering but could return in 10 days.