We will have to play well - Hughton
Chris Hughton has warned his Norwich side not to be fazed by Liverpool as both clubs seek their first Premier League win of the season.
Liverpool currently reside in the relegation zone, having taken two points from their five games while Norwich are just one point better off, having scored only two goals so far, the least of any Premier League club.
Hughton, however, believes both clubs are in a false position, insisting that their performances have far exceeded their results.
"We have certainly played well enough in the last four games to have got more than we have got and they (Liverpool) would probably say the same," said Hughton.
"We have to be very respectful to Liverpool. In their last home game against Manchester United until the sending off (of Jonjo Shelvey) they were the better team. They looked a real threat going forward. Manager Brendan Rodgers has a philosophy which is very pleasing on the eye and they can score goals. We will have to play well."