Liverpool will want to get back on course for competing for a top four place when they play Norwich City at Carrow Road in the English Premier League on Saturday.
Jurgen Klopp's men were unlucky to end up on the losing side last weekend, with Manchester United picking up a smash-and-grab 1-0 victory at Anfield, thanks to Wayne Rooney's goal. While Liverpool certainly did not deserve to lose that match, they weren't exactly overly impressive either, with their lack of potency up front laid out bare.
That might be the reason behind the club making an official approach to sigh Alex Teixeira from Shakhtar Donetsk, but on Saturday, they need to find a way to hit the back of the net, against a Norwich side who have made plenty of January signings.
"I've always said the creating of chances is the mother of goals," Klopp told reporters. "We have to create chances then the more often we are in the situation, the more often we have to take the right decision. That's what we didn't do often enough, that's for sure. But that's a little bit how it always is in football.
"You need to have more open view around the box and in the last third. Sometimes you can force it, you have to shoot, [then a] deflected ball and it's a goal. It's great, but it's of course a little coincidence, but sometimes you have to try this a lot.
"But the only way is to carry on and in this moment the boys have to make these decisions by themselves and it's always better to shoot than not to shoot, for sure. To try it than not to try it. You have to go through in the moment when you don't score goals like this."
Norwich have completed the signings of five players – Steven Naismith, Timm Klose, Matt Jarvis, Ivo Pinto and Ben Godfrey -- in the January transfer window, as manager Alex Neil tries to get his team further and further away from the relegation zone.
While Naismith and Jarvis comes with Premier League experience, it might take the other a little while to settle in. However, Neill will only be concerned about the points available on Saturday for the moment, with Norwich looking to better the 1-1 result they picked up at Anfield earlier this season.
"It will basically be about how the two teams perform on the day," Neill told Norwich City TV. "That's what it boils down to at this level. It's always hard to predict how you're going to play or how they're going to play.
"I think it will be an open game. Liverpool are the type of team that will try to expand the game, make it big and attack. We need to deal with that, and obviously go to try and hurt them on the break."
Team news: Norwich City: Neil would not say if he will field the two latest signings – Naismith and Klose – on Saturday, but he does believe Pinto is ready for action. Gary O'Neil is suspended, while Andre Wisdom is ineligible to play against his parent club.
Liverpool: The likes of Philippe Coutinho, Martin Skrtel, and Daniel Sturridge remain on the treatment table, and Adam Lallana is a doubt with a "muscle problem." Klopp will bring his senior players back into the side, after resting the majority of them in the 3-0 FA Cup replay win over Exeter.
Where to Watch Live
The EPL game is scheduled for a 12.45 pm GMT (6.15 pm IST, 7.45 am ET) start. Live TV coverage of the match in India will be on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports HD4. The match can also be watched via live streaming online on Hotstar and Starsports.com.
The Premier League match between Norwich and Liverpool will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport 1, with the live stream option on Watch BT Sport. BBC Radio 5 Live will provide live commentary of the match.
NBC Sports Network will broadcast the EPL game live in the US, while the game can also be live streamed on NBC Sports Live Extra.
Audience in Canada can watch the action live on TSN4, with the live stream option on TSN TV.
Bein Sports Arabia 11 and Bein Sports Connect will show the match live on TV and online.