Norwich will be without midfielder Todd Cantwell for personal reasons; Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is ready to present a much-changed lineup; watch Norwich vs Liverpool live on Sky Sports Football from 7pm on Tuesday; start at 19:45
Team news, stats and TV details ahead of Norwich vs Liverpool in the Carabao Cup third round on Tuesday; start 19:45 h.
Todd Cantwell will miss Norwich’s Carabao Cup third-round clash with Liverpool on Tuesday night due to personal reasons.
Canarias manager Daniel Farke has seen his team lose all five Premier League games this season, but they won 6-0 against Bournemouth in the second round.
He is likely to make a number of alterations, with Christoph Zimmermann (ankle) and Przemyslaw Placheta (Covid) absent along with Cantwell.
Meanwhile, Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones will make his 50th appearance with the club, as coach Jurgen Klopp looks set to make the changes.
Big changes are expected with goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, defender Nat Phillips and Takumi Minamino likely to make their first appearances of the season.
Other players set to run out of time after battling for pitch time so far include players like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Divock Origi, while 16-year-old Kaide Gordon could make his first-team debut.
Norwich vs Liverpool is live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event starting at 7 pm; start 19:45 h. You can watch clips of the game on the Live Match Blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Highlights will also be posted on Sky Sports digital platforms and on the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
Liverpool won their previous two League Cup qualifiers with Norwich, winning 3-1 in the 1979-80 quarter-finals and 2-0 in the fourth round in 1982-83, and lifted the trophy that year.
Norwich are winless in 15 games against Liverpool (D2 L13), all Premier League matches between 1995 and 2021, and have already lost 3-0 at Carrow Road against the Reds this season.
Norwich City have won their last eight League Cup matches at home, scoring at least three goals in every win and 34 goals in total. However, only one of those victories has been against Premier League opponents, beating West Brom 3-0 in September 2015.
Liverpool have been eliminated from five of their last six League Cup matches against other Premier League teams, and their only progression in this streak came on penalties after a 5-5 draw with Arsenal at Anfield. in the fourth round in 2019-20.
Norwich’s 6-0 victory over Bournemouth in the second round was their biggest joint League Cup victory, matching their 7-1 victory over Halifax Town in November 1963. Both Christos Tzolis and Joshua Sargent scored two goals. on his debut in the competition.