Norwich City defender Michael Turner believes the team's 5-2 defeat at home to Liverpool in September was the game that changed their season.
Norwich endured a miserable start under Chris Hughton, taking only three points from their opening seven games, but after the loss to the Reds - and the defeat at Chelsea the following week - the Canaries beat Arsenal to spark a ten-game unbeaten run.
They are now in 12th, despite taking only one point from their last five games, and ahead of the trip to Anfield this weekend, Turner has said told the Norwich Evening News that the defeat to Brendan Rodgers' men at Carrow Road was a "bit of a watershed".
He added: "It was a shocking start in that game, conceding so early, then we were on the back foot for most of the first half and in the second half we capitulated a little bit.
"It was a massive disappointment for everyone and after that game we dusted ourselves down, had a look at what we wanted to do and what we wanted to achieve.
"We have done well from there and we will be looking to put in a performance there to hopefully get one back on them a little bit. It is going to be a tough one and they have got some great players, but it is one we can look forward to.
"Everyone looks forward to playing at Anfield, so we have to prepare right and hopefully we can put in a good performance and get something."
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