Stat Attack - Norwich City v Liverpool
Liverpool have won only one of their last six Premier League games and have picked up only four points out of a possible 18.
The Canaries have fared only marginally better, picking up seven points from their previous six fixtures.
Russell Martin leads the table for individual distance covered for Norwich in the Premier League this season. He's covered 168.2 miles at an average of 5.6 miles per game in his 30 appearances.
Jordan Henderson and Jose Enrique have both covered 168.7 miles, which puts them joint top for distance covered in the Liverpool squad.
According to the EA Sports Player Performance Index, two key players to watch tomorrow are Enrique, ranked 35th, and Martin, ranked 46th.
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Enrique has won 66 per cent of all tackles he has attempted this season. Martin, however, has done even better, winning 75 per cent.
Martin has scored twice for the Canaries this season, but Enrique hasn't scored for Liverpool.
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The Player Performance Index index also shows that Enrique has completed 134 defensive duties – tackles won, clearances, interceptions and blocks. Martin has made 263.
City's John Ruddy remains second goalkeeper in the Player Performance Index for saves made this season. Ruddy has made 196 saves and averages 5.6 saves per game in his 34 games.