Liverpool travel to West London to take on the Cottagers.
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Venue Craven Cottage, Sunday 3pm
Last season Fulham 1 Liverpool 0
Referee Mark Halsey
This season’s matches 16 Y37, R2, 2.44 cards per game
Subs from Etheridge, Manolev, Hughes, Frimpong, Banya, Riise, Baird, Rodallega, David, Petric, Frei, Na Banga, Duff
Doubtful Petric (hamstring), Riether (ankle)
Injured Davies (hip, Aug), Dejagah (ankle, Aug), Diarra (knee, Aug)
Suspended Sidwell (third of four)
Form guide LLLLDL
Disciplinary record Y47 R3
Leading scorer Berbatov 13
Subs from Gulacsi, Jones, Shelvey, Suso, Coates, Wisdom, Robinson, Assaidi, Coady, Morgan, Yesil, Ward, Sama
Injured Kelly (knee, 19 May), Sterling (thigh, 19 May), Agger (back, Aug), Allen (shoulder, Aug), Gerrard (shoulder, Aug), Flanagan (knee, Aug)
Suspended Suárez (third of 10)
Form guide DWDDDW
Disciplinary record Y52 R2
Leading scorer Suárez 23
Both sides have won two matches each out of the last four fixtures between the teams.
There has not been a draw at Craven Cottage in in 11 Premier League fixtures. Fulham have won five matches and Liverpool six.
There have been three players sent off in the last three clashes between the two sides at Craven Cottage.
This is the 64th meeting between the sides. Liverpool have won 36 times, Fulham 12 and there have been 16 draws.
In scoring his first goal against Reading last Saturday, Bryan Ruiz was the first Fulham player to score a Premier League goal in 588 minutes (excluding own goals).
Fulham are yet to win a game after going behind this season, picking up only five draws from losing positions.
They have won none of the eight games they have played this season without Steve Sidwell in the Premier League (D2 L6). In the 28 matches Sidwell has played Fulham have won 10 (D8 L10).
Liverpool have lost just one of their last 10 league matches.
They have taken more shots per game (19.2) than any team in the top five divisions in Europe.
Brendan Rodgers’ side have struck 19 times in the 15 minutes immediately after half-time; more than any other team in the Premier League.