LIVERPOOL stars are back from the sun and raring to return to action – and that could spell disaster for the Canaries.
Jurgen Klopp's men have been relaxing in hotspots such as the Maldives, Miami, Dubai and, ahem, St Andrews.
But it's back to reality tonight when they head to Norwich looking to knock off one of a maximum six Premier League wins needed to clinch the title.
Liverpool are no bigger than 3-10 with Ladbrokes but I reckon a refreshed side will be going for goals with Sadio Mane fit again.
Goals galore on the cards
Three Premier League meetings between the sides have totalled 19 goals including 3-2 and 5-4 wins for the Reds at Carrow Road.
With the games averaging 6.33 goals you could even consider Liverpool and over 4.5 goals at 7-2 with Paddy Power.
Mo Salah was one of the Reds' stars who stayed at home and is a decent shout at 11-4 with bet365 to score first.
Unders has a great chance at Arsenal
This weekend's Premier League card is reduced to six games over four days, starting with Wolves v Leicester last night and ending with Chelsea v Man United on Monday.
Spurs are also on the up, even without Harry Kane, and look okay at 17-20 with William Hill at Aston Villa tomorrow.
In the Championship the race for the title and automatic promotion has really hotted up in recent weeks.
West Brom have stormed six points clear of faltering Leeds and just three points separates the Elland Road men from seventh-place Bristol City.
Leeds look too short
Eighth-place Cardiff look decent at 21-10 with Coral at home to Wigan and I like Fulham and Middlesbrough at home to Barnsley and Luton – the bottom two sides – respectively.
Derby slipped up at Bristol City in midweek and remain 10 points outside the play-offs. Wayne Rooney's men have been strong at home and are 11-10 with Ladbrokes at home to Huddersfield.
Sky Blues reach for the stars
Coventry ended Portsmouth's nine-match winning run in League One with a 1-0 home success and should see off Southend away at 4-5 with Coral. The Sky Blues are unbeaten in nine league matches, winning seven, despite having to lodge at Birmingham.
Pompey, unbeaten at home, should bounce back to winning ways against Shrewsbury and are 4-7 with sportingbet.
Peterborough are going for seven wins in a row and are 9-5 to edge out Joey Barton's Fleetwood away.
In League Two leaders Swindon look a good shout at 7-10 with bet365 at home to Scunthorpe.