Wow. Liverpool leave Carrow Road with all three points after a thrilling contest. Sebastian Bassong thought he had rescued a point for Norwich with a wonderful effort from outside of the box in injury time and Jurgen Klopp was still complaining about the amount of time added on when Adam Lallana popped up to score a sensational winner.

A bizarre game, really. The contest was so devoid of quality at times but we have had nine goals.

FULL TIME: Norwich City 4-5 Liverpool

WHAT IS HAPPENING. Liverpool are ahead again! A cross into the box causes havoc again as Norwich hack desperately to clear it. Brady gets his head to it but only gets it as far as Lallana, who drives his half volley into the ground, lifting it up and over Rudd and into the top corner! This match has been mental.

Goal! Norwich 4-5 Liverpool (Adam Lallana, 90+4)

Norwich are level! A big long ball into the box causes havoc and Mbokani is able to knock it down into the path of Bassong just outside of the area. He meets it first time with a fine effort, drilling it into the bottom corner past Mignolet.

Goal! Norwich City 4-4 Liverpool (Sebastian Bassong, 90+2)

Five minutes of time added on at Carrow Road.

Another change for Liverpool, Steven Caulker comes onto replace Moreno. Probably a more familiar role for him at the back, following stints up front against Arsenal and Manchester United.

It's Liverpool who look the more likely to score at the moment. Benteke is given space to muscle his way into the box, but can only slot his pass straight into the feet of a Norwich defender.

Norwich have five minutes to rescue something from this game but it's all rather flat at the minute.

From 3-1 down, Liverpool now lead 4-3. Christian Benteke meanwhile is on the pitch, replacing Jordan Henderson.

Liverpool lead, but it was gift-wrapped by Martin. Under no real pressure, the defender doesn't look up as he tries to play the ball back to his goalkeeper, but instead plays is straight into the path of Milner. One on one with Rudd, this time the skipper makes no mistake and slots home.

Goal! Norwich City 3-4 Liverpool (James Milner, 74)

Moreno pings a cross into the feet of Firmino who lays it back off the for Spaniard to take on the shot from the edge of the box. It's from a tough angle and while it isn't a bad effort, it's an easy save for Rudd.

Liverpool look far more menacing now. Can clips a ball out to Firmino who controls instantly with Pinto standing off him. He maybe has the chance to cut inside and have a go on goal himself but shifts it wide to Moreno instead, whose cross is closed down.

Scratch that, Bassong has just got on the end of a free kick to knock a tame header into Mignolet's arms. On target, but not troubling anyone.

By my count today, we have had six shots on target and six goals.

And Liverpool are level! Adam Lallana, whose just off the bench having replaced Ibe, makes an immediate impact, drifting inside past his marker from the left and clipping a neat ball into Firmino's path. The Brazilian keeps his composure and dinks it over Rudd to add his second of the game.

Goal! Norwich City 3-3 Liverpool (Roberto Firmino, 63)

Liverpool have one back straight away! Awful defending from Moreno minutes earlier but this wasn't much better. Clyne clips a cross into the middle where Henderson is completely free in the middle with Pinto, who was meant to be marking him, nowhere to be seen. It's a neat finish from the skipper, who adjusts himself well to drive one into the far corner.

Goal! Norwich City 3-2 Liverpool (Jordan Henderson, 55)

Goal! Norwich City 3-1 Liverpool (Wes Hoolahan, 53)

Oh Alberto. Moreno loses a race with Naismith and slides wildly in to attempt and win it back. He fails, missing the man and the ball, but a second later he is back on his feet to push the Scot over. Easy penalty decision.

PENALTY! Norwich City

Christian Benteke has been sent out to warm up for this half. Since his goal Firmino hasn't offered much, but to be fair to him, he has cut an isolated figure up front.

Liverpool have started all over the place in this second half. Twice they fail to clear, allowing Mbokani to hold the ball up before threading a ball through for Pinto has appeared down the inside right flank. Mignolet, perhaps unwisely, comes charging out but his presence is enough to put off the Portuguese who makes a mess of his cross.

And Liverpool get us back underway for the second half.

Should Liverpool lose this today, they could finish the day sat in 12th place. Everton, Southampton and Watford will all fancy their chances of getting enough points to ensure that happens later this afternoon.

Half time: Norwich City 2-1 Liverpool

Henderson clips a hopeful ball into the box with Can breaking trying to get on the end of it but Rudd gets there first. That will be that for the first half.

That was a fine move from Norwich, but Liverpool needed to wake up there. First Moreno allowed Brady to saunter into space down the right while Can just stood off Hoolahan inside the box as he threaded the key pass through for Naismith.

A debut goal for Naismith! Norwich cut through a sleeping Liverpool down the inside right flank as Brady cuts the ball into Naismith who plays a lovely one-two with Hoolahan. Receiving the ball at a tough angle, he could play the ball across goal with teammates in the centre, but instead the Scotland international finds the far corner with a wonderful drilled effort.

Goal! Norwich 2-1 Liverpool (Steven Naismith, 40)

Moreno trips over his own feet, allowing Brady to nick possession and drive down the inside right flank. He cuts inside Lucas but hesitates for a moment, allowing Henderson to get back and win the challenge. A let-off for the Spanish full-back.

Brady loops a cross in that it slightly overhit, forcing Naismith to chase it down. As he does, Milner gives him a shove, sending him to the ground. Surely that's a foul? Not according to this referee.

Johnny Howson drives forward from his own half on brilliantly powerful run before shifting the ball wide to Mbokani. He chips a pass into the box to find Howson who continued his run and wins a corner, despite appearing to use his hand to control it.

Naismith hasn't looked too off the pace so far this afternoon, especially just now as he wriggled away from Can and Sakho before drawing a foul.

Norwich are pushing on since that equaliser, keeping Liverpool pinned in their own half.

On replay, Sakho looked guilty of hesitating when the ball broke to Mbokani, allowing the Norwich striker an few centre meters inside the six yard area. Take nothing away from what was a wonderful finish, however.

Norwich are level! Martin keeps the corner in play after nodding it back across goal and Liverpool are incapable of clearing their lines from there. It falls to Mbokani who has his back to goal with Sakho on his shoulder. No problem there, the Congolese lashes a stunning backheel past Mignolet to level the game!

Goal! Norwich 1-1 Liverpool (Mbokani, 28)

Redmond swings in a free kick from the right after Mbokani was fouled that reaches Brady on the other flank. He whips another fine ball in that forces Mignolet to come out and punch. Norwich corner.

Liverpool try one from the training ground, shifting it towards Moreno who lashes one towards the far corner, but drives it wide.

Liverpool have a free kick just outside the area as Firmino has his shirt pulled by Bassong. Silly, that. Dangerous position for Liverpool to try and test Rudd.

Liverpool almost have a second immediately! Again, Brady plays the opposition onside as Milner bursts through the centre. He has the chance to shoot early with Rudd rushing out but delays, allowing Brady to get across and recover after his error.

That was a very neat goal from Liverpool in involving Ibe, Moreno and Milner before Firmino finished. A deserved lead.

Liverpool have the lead! Moreno slips the ball inside for Milner who plays a perfectly weighted pass through for Firmino, who held his line well with Brady playing him on side. To the left of goal, he scuffs his shot towards Rudd, but rather fortunately, it takes a nick off the goalkeeper and rolls into the back of the net.

Goal! Norwich City 0-1 Liverpool (Roberto Firmino 17)

Firmino gives chase to a hopeful ball over the top from Moreno. There is a bit of confusion between Bassong and Rudd as to who is going to clear it, almost allowing the Brazilian in to nick it, but the centre half eventually scoops it clear.

Ibe does well down the left, sprinting past Pinto and cutting an inviting ball across goal but with Firmino the only man in the box, it doesn't find him and Norwich can hack clear.

Again, Norwich look bright as Redmond, Naismith and Hoolahan combine in attack. The latter comes inside from the left and forces a ball across goal but Moreno just about gets his studs on it to clear.

Norwich provide the first neat move of the match, started by Redmond who moved down the right after a cute one-two with Naismith but his cross into the middle is cleared.

Lucas is on the receiving end of a painful looking challenge from Steven Naismith, who was late to the ball and planted his studs onto the Brazilian's foot. Accidental, but a sore one.

Clyne sees some space down the right and bursts down the flank but is followed all the way by Robbie Brady, who matches him stride for stride before shrugging him off the ball and clearing well.

Mbokani tries to bustle his way through the Liverpool back line but he is well marshalled by Toure who is able to shift the ball wide for Clyne to clear.

Quiet opening couple of minutes here. Norwich aren't looking to press Liverpool when they have the ball but Liverpool aren't moving with any real urgency yet. As you were.

And Norwich get us underway at Carrow Road.

Not long from kick off now, both teams are in the tunnel about to make their way out onto the pitch.

Ivo Pinto, a £2.2m signing from Dinamo Zagreb is straight in the Norwich XI this afternoon. For those unfamiliar with him, he may now be the quickest player in the Premier League; here he is going toe-to-toe with the rapid Hector Bellerin in a Champions League tie earlier this season.

Adam Lallana has not been dropped this afternoon, as some reports suggest. The former Southampton skipper suffered a minor injury in training, ruling him out of this afternoon's match.

Adam Lallana is a doubt. He has a little issue. We will have to see.

Liverpool's injury woes of abated in the past couple of weeks but the perennially-stricken Daniel Sturridge is still not back among his options.

I can't rush the situation. The last four days were really good. He still needs time. Nothing new. After 10 days we will see how he is and decide.

"He's not with the team at the moment, that's right. But we have enough games this season when we hopefully can use him but not, if nothing happens, for at least the next 10 days.

Steven Naismith, a familiar foe for Liverpool, arrived at Norwich with a slight ankle problem earlier this week but is raring to go ahead of his debut.

I've had a thing that's going on for a couple of months but I just wanted to make sure it was right.

"I was meant to be training at Everton on Monday but things changed, I trained down here Wednesday when everything was finalised and I'm raring to go.

Norwich start the day just two points above the relegation zone and are without a win in January, can their new signings breathe life into their campaign? Alex Neil has opted for a very attacking line up today and with Liverpool seemingly only capable of showing up on the road against the big sides – see their hammering of Manchester City and win at Chelsea – today provides ample opportunity to kick start their 2016.

There is also a spot on the Liverpool bench for Jon Flanagan. The 23-year-old full-back hasn't played in the Premier League since May 2014 having undergone surgery twice in that time. A key player in the side that came so close to Premier League glory in the 2013-14 campaign, Flanagan returned to standing ovation in the 3-0 win over Exeter on Wednesday in their FA Cup replay.

There is also a spot on the bench for another new signing in Timm Klose.

BREAKING: Steven Naismith comes straight into the Norwich side today, as does Ivo Pinto.

Norwich team to face Liverpool: Rudd; Pinto, Martin (c), Bassong, Brady; Redmond, Dorrans, Howson, Hoolahan; Naismith; Mbokani.

Subs: Jerome, Jarvis, Klose, Mulumbu, Olsson, Odjidja

BREAKING: Roberto Firmino leads in attack ahead of Christian Benteke while Jordon Ibe comes in for the injured Adam Lallana.

Liverpool team to face Norwich: Mignolet, Clyne, Toure, Sakho, Moreno, Lucas, Henderson, Can, Milner, Ibe, Firmino

Subs: Ward, Caulker, Flanagan, Allen, Teixeira, Lallana, Benteke.

TEAM NEWS – Norwich City

As mentioned, Ivo Pinto and Steven Naismith are both in line to make their first appearances for the club this afternoon but fellow new arrival Timm Klose is unlikely to be fit enough in time.

TEAM NEWS – Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge unsurprisingly is absent again this afternoon and has been joined on the sidelines by Adam Lallana who is ruled out of this afternoon's clash.

Liverpool are looking to recover from their 1-0 defeat to Manchester United last Sunday with victory over Carrow Road this afternoon. That loss to Louis van Gaal's side leaves the Reds stranded in ninth place, eight adrift of fourth place. A couple of new signings might be just the remedy for Jurgen Klopp's side but it the opposition today who can parade their new arrivals with Steven Naismith and Ivo Pinto both in line to make their Norwich debuts following their arrivals from Everton and Dinamo Zagreb respectively.