GET IN Preview – Liverpool looking for win at struggling Fulham

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Once again we’re teaming up with GET IN, the exciting goalscoring prediction game, to help preview Sunday’s trip to Craven Cottage.

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FULHAM conceded four last week against already relegated Reading and haven’t won in six. Though they’re more or less safe with five teams between them and the dreaded drop they’ll surely be looking to improve when Liverpool come to visit. Their dreadful current form however suggests that they will struggle to keep out a superior Liverpool side.

LIVERPOOL on the other hand are unbeaten in six and showed that they still have plenty of bite even without Suarez in their game before last against Newcastle. Brendan Rodgers has done a fine job this season and will be expecting to challenge for Champions League qualification next year. The players he currently has at his disposal have only two more games to prove that they are the men for the job and we can expect a full blooded performance this week.

Daniel Sturridge will once again be the man most likely to grab a goal. With eight goals in eleven appearances so far the 23 year old’s goals per games stats are up there with the very best and after some good link up play with Coutinho and Gerrard last weekend against the Toffees it seems he has really settled into the role of the main striker in the absence of Suarez. Quite what will become of the errant Uruguayan in the months to come remains to be seen but it would appear that in Sturridge, Liverpool have an extremely capable alternative.

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Weekend Fixtures

Aston Villa vs Chelsea
Stoke vs Tottenham
Everton vs West Ham
Fulham vs Liverpool
Norwich vs West Brom
QPR vs Newcastle
Sunderland vs Southampton
Man Utd vs Swansea
Arsenal vs Wigan
Reading vs Man City

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