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Fulham play hosts to a rampant Liverpool side who are looking to get back into the title race after a confident showing against Arsenal at Anfield.
Where to Watch
Kick-off is set for 7:45 pm GMT. Highlights of the game will be available on BBC Match of the Day on BBC One from 10:40pm GMT.
Fulham boss René Meulensteen will be confident after holding his former club Manchester United to a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford last weekend.
The Dutchman relived his days with Sir Alex Ferguson as Darren Bent scored an injury time equalizer to come back with an unlikely point.
Fulham are currently bottom of the pile with 20 points and are in desperate need of three points to have any chance of staying up with only 13 games left in the season.
However, Liverpool are in the in-form team in the league right now and the manager will be happy to retain a point. They are currently placed four points behind the West Brom, who are in 17th spot and will need a performance of epic proportions to make their way out of the drop zone.
Liverpool will be flying high after their crushing 5-1 win over the then league leaders Arsenal and are looking to revive their title challenge with a win against Fulham.
Raheem Sterling and Martin Skrtel scored a brace each to put the Gunners through an ignominious defeat. Their strike pairing of Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez are in blistering form and manager Brendan Rodgers will be looking for more of the same when they visit Craven Cottage.
What the Managers Say
Rene Meulensteen: They've had an excellent season. They might be a dark horse and if other big teams stumble where you don't expect them to and they can carry the momentum into April, you never know.
It's a good thing the striker in the middle is not an O as it'd be SOS. It has to be all hands on deck for us. We have to defend in a good compact manner. The defensive performance from Sunday (2-2 draw with Manchester United) was a massive improvement.
Brendan Rodgers: If you are talking about can they cope with pressure then you look at the last few games we've had - Tottenham away (a 5-0 win), Everton at home (4-0), the game on Saturday.
That (pressure) can only hurt you if you let it. If you read into things like that too much and listen to too many outside influences or the background noise that goes on then it can hurt you. I have never been one who has let anything like that affect what I have done in my life and that is the message I will put across to the players.
Odds by 888Sport
Giorgios Karagounis to score at any time – Industry best 13/1
William Kvist Jorgensen to score at any time – Industry best 17/1
- Last Five(all competitions, most recent first): D L L L D
- Last Result: Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool
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- Last Result: Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal