When asked about his favourite opponent, Manchester boxer and former unified light-welterweight boss Ricky Hatton has often mentioned a certain Mr Guinness.
It was the commonly supped black and white beverage, rather than Floyd Mayweather or Kostya Tyszu, with whom The Hitman most savoured a tussle and Luis Suarez is cut from the same cloth.
Rather than Manchester City, Chelsea or even Everton it’s the rather more workaday fare of Norwich City whom he most looks forward to facing when the fixture list arrives.
The Uruguayan is as short as 3/10 to notch at Carrow Road as he goes in search of his 12th goal in six showings against the East Anglians.
He can be invested in to hit the first or last offerings of the game at 9/4, while it’s an identical price that two or more are added to his account.
Suarez has struck at least twice on ten occasions already this year.
A repeat of his four-goal salvo against Norwich earlier in the campaign would land him just one strike behind the Premier League scoring record of 34, guarded jointly by Newcastle heroes Alan Shearer and Andy Cole.
As such the 13/2 about Suarez filling his boots with a hat-trick or more looks worth some serious inspection, especially as he has been starving himself python style ahead of the fixture with just one goal in his last four games.
The 27-year-old’s four strikes against the Canaries at Anfield meant that he has now notched at least a trio in three of his last four games against Norwich.
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The Canaries have now gone seven games without keeping a clean sheet and can only be expected to struggle to contain a vicious Liverpool road attack that have struck more than twice in seven of their last nine away games.