Norwich predicted lineup vs Liverpool – Premier League

Just like they did in 2019/20, Norwich City will mark their return to the Premier League with a battle against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

Daniel Farke has spent big this summer to try to cement a spot in the top flight, and a good number of those new faces could well make their debuts in this one.

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Here’s how the boss could line up…

Max Aarons

Aarons will be intent on remaining in the Premier League / James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images

Tim Krul (GK) – Despite the arrival of Angus Gunn this summer, Krul will likely get the chance to prove he deserves to keep his spot in the squad.

Max Aarons (RB) – Another transfer window is nearly done and Aarons remains a Norwich player. That’s a win for the Canaries.

Ben Gibson (CB) – Gibson started to get his career back on track with Norwich last season and will now be looking to prove himself as a Premier League player once again.

Grant Hanley (CB) – Hanley has spent a week in training after completing an isolation period, so there’s a good chance he retains his place in the starting lineup, but this spot could end up going to Christoph Zimmermann.

Dimitrios Giannoulis (LB) – Giannoulis did well enough on loan last season to earn himself an expensive permanent move to Carrow Road this year.

Billy Gilmour

Gilmour has high hopes for the season / James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images

Lukas Rupp (CM) – Used largely as a winger during his first spell in the Premier League, Rupp is now shining in a central role and will likely play slightly ahead of his midfield partners.

Billy Gilmour (CM) – Gilmour has fond memories against Fabinho and will be eyeing another highlight reel moment against the Brazilian.

Pierre Lees-Melou (CM) – Lees-Melou could easily be one of the bargains of the season. His versatility and ability to create chances could make him a star very quickly.

Milot Rashica (RW) – A long-time target of some Premier League giants – including Liverpool – Rashica opted to join Norwich this summer and will be looking to justify those links to the top.

Teemu Pukki (ST) – Pukki isn’t fully fit after a positive COVID-19 diagnosis but has been back in training over the past week and could get the nod over Adam Idah and new boy Josh Sargent.

Todd Cantwell (LW) – An ankle injury has disrupted Cantwell’s pre-season, but he’s been training for the past few days and should be fit enough to start here.

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