Premier League's bottom club Fulham finally managed to get a point after a four-match losing streak but what a point it was. A stubborn defensive display saw the Cottagers dispel a bombardment of crosses away at Manchester United, ultimately earning them a 2-2 draw against David Moyes' struggling side.
Fulham are still in a bad position, however, being bottom of the table and desperately needing to put points on the table. Their home form is the worst in the league and that does not bode well ahead of the visit of Liverpool.
The Reds will be brimming with confidence after tearing Arsenal apart in the 5-1 victory at Anfield on Saturday. The first 20 minutes of the match saw an electric Liverpool side score four goals effectively ending the top-clash as a contest.
This does not mean, however, that a Liverpool victory at Fulham is a forgone conclusion. Liverpool's away form this season has been patchy, four wins, four draws and four losses, and the 1-1 draw against West Brom came after the Reds had beaten Everton 4-0 in the Merseyside derby.
KICK-OFF: Wednesday, 8pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS:
Liverpool 4 (Amorebieta OG, Skrtel, Suarez 2) Fulham 0, Premier League, November 2013
Fulham 1 (Berbatov) Liverpool 3 (Sturridge 3), Premier League, May 2013
Liverpool 4 (Skrtel, Gerrard, Downing, Suarez) Fulham 0, Premier League, December 2013
Fulham have won only three of their 12 home matches this season, drawing one and losing eight.
Brendan Rodgers' side have won just two of their last nine Premier League away trips (W2 D3 L4).
Fulham's record against the top-half is the worst in the Premier League with one draw and 13 losses.
Daniel Sturridge scored his only previous Premier League hat-trick in Liverpool's last trip to Craven Cottage to play Fulham (3-1 in May 2013).
Fulham to win: 8.0
Liverpool to win: 1.4
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