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Liverpool to host Norwich in English Premier League

12-04-2013 08:54 BJT

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The English Premier League returns here midweek with a full slate of fixtures. On Wednesday, fourth placed Liverpool will be looking to bounce back after a very tough loss to Hull City over the weekend that saw the Reds lose at the hands of Hull for the first time in Premier League play.

The defeat has also dropped the early season pacesetters seven points back of league leading Arsenal and Brendan Rogers is determined to see his boys turn it around when they host Norwich City.

"It was painful - that was definitely the over-riding feeling. We’ve been doing so well this season to get that defeat in the manner, probably more the performance, because when you perform like we did you probably don’t deserve to get anything from it. But in the main our form has been very good. I can’t criticise the players too much. If there was anyone to blame, then blame me as the manager. But today we are just about reflecting and recovering and looking forward to our next two games really." Brendan Rodgers, Liverpool Manager said.

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CCTV.com

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