Brendan Rodgers's side dropped to fourth in the table after losing to the newly-promoted outfit, but a total of 24 points from their 13 matches have left them just three points off second spot.
Five of Liverpool's seven league wins this season have come on their own patch, while they have conceded just three times in the league at Anfield thus far.
Their recent record against Norwich will also hand the home supporters confidence. The Merseyside outfit have won each of the last three meetings between the two sides, scoring 13 times in the process and conceding just twice.
The corresponding match last season ended in a comprehensive 5-0 home win, although Norwich did claim a point in this stadium when they made the trip in October 2011.
Norwich, meanwhile, have taken six points from their last three league games. Saturday's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace moved them into 14th position in the table on 14 points.
However, the Canaries have struggled on the road this season with one win and five defeats, scoring just three times in the process and conceding 16.
The Reds will be without the services of Daniel Sturridge for the next two months, however, after the England international picked up an ankle injury. Victor Moses and Raheem Sterling, meanwhile, should drop to the bench.
Possible starting lineups
Liverpool: Mignolet; Johnson, Toure, Sakho, Agger; Lucas, Gerrard, Henderson; Coutinho, Suarez, Aspas
Norwich: Ruddy; Martin, Bassong, Bennett, Olsson; Howson, Fer; Redmond, Hoolahan, Elmander; Hooper
Sports Mole says: 3-0