September has been a significant month in the history of the human race.
In 1822 Brazil declared its independence from Portugal, New Zealand became the first country to give women the vote in 1893 and Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa first sighted the Pacific Ocean after crossing the Isthmus of Panama in the good old days of 1513.
And now, in 2015, Marathonbet is delivering a huge offer of (almost) equally epic proportions: Liverpool to beat Norwich on Sunday at an enhanced 5/1.
Yep, we know. We’re famed on delivering industry-leading odds across a haul of markets and we’ve gone and done it again. But the juicy 5/1 offer isn’t the only piece of good news you’re about to digest.
Punters taking advantage of the stupidly silly price (all of you, we suspect) can back Liverpool safe in the knowledge that Norwich haven’t beaten them in the league since April 30, 1994. In fact The Canaries have only taken one point from their last ten league games against Liverpool since then – The Reds have won nine of the fixtures – and the dismal record looks like being extended on Sunday. And if that wasn’t bad enough, no side has scored as many Premier League goals against Norwich City as the Liverpool. Crickey.
Alex Neil’s side will have their work cut out dealing with the likes of Benteke and Coutinho, the latter returns from suspension, and will need Irishman Wes Hoolahan to match his impressive performance against Bournemouth if they’re not to leave Anfield empty handed. Cameron Jerome will also need to remember to bring his shooting boots to the north west and could be most likely to exploit the shaky Skrtel and Lovren defensive partnership.
Experienced Canaries defender Sebastien Bassong told the press this week that Norwich’s team spirit and fearless approach can hand them the edge over Liverpool. Ultimately though Brendan Rodgers will be keen to get his team’s season back on track following disappointing defeats to West Ham and Manchester United. We doubt there will be scenes of Delia Smith proportions at Anfield on Sunday (LET’S BE HAVING YOU!) but Rodgers will no doubt be keen to share his words of motivational wisdom ahead of Norwich’s arrival.
Combined with the return of classy Coutinho, we reckon Liverpool have all the ingredients needed to bag themselves three points on Sunday. And if that happens, you crazy cats will be quids-in thanks to Marathonbet’s enhanced 5/1 offer, which is available to new customers only. Full terms and conditions can be found here –http://lfc.marathonbet.co.uk/norwich.