The Uruguayan scored twice and - worryingly for their Barclays Premier League rivals - combined ominously with Daniel Sturridge as Liverpool recorded a 3-1 win away at Sunderland. In this sort of form, the strike pairing will worry defences and send armchair enthusiasts scrambling to make changes to their fantasy football line-ups.
"He's getting the reward for his hard work over the period he was off," said Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager. "Him and Daniel up front are a real, real handful. They combined very well."
Nowhere was it more evident than in Liverpool's third goal. The visitors had let Sunderland back into the match - Emanuele Giaccherini scoring just after half-time - before Liverpool's strike force combined on the counter, Sturridge eventually squaring a composed pass to the onrushing Suarez to drive home.
Liverpool had gone ahead fortuitously; Sturridge scored, but the referee failed to notice that it had gone in off his arm. "I've obviously tried to head it but my heading's not good enough," he said. "The ball has gone in off my arm but I wouldn't do that on purpose."
Suarez's first was also created by the Englishman, Sturridge deftly controlling Steven Gerrard's long pass before squaring to his partner, who bundled the ball into the net.
Earlier, Norwich City emerged from the Britannia Stadium with three points. Jonny Howson scored what proved to be the winner in the first half, a low strike from around 25 yards. The result could have been different, though, had the referee awarded Stoke City a penalty in the second half when Leroy Fer pulled Kenwyne Jones' shirt in the box.
"It's a penalty," said Mark Hughes, the Stoke manager. "But we're not going to hide behind that missed decision. I think, if we are honest, Norwich deserved to win today because we didn't do enough."
Chris Hughton, his opposite number, was delighted with the result. "I don't think there is anyone who would say different than we thoroughly deserved it," he said.