Rafa's team can be heroes - just for one day
Rafael Benitez takes his Liverpool side to Fulham knowing he can top the Premier League for 22 hours (at least).
It won't be easy for the Reds though - the Cottagers home form is the reason why they still find themselves in contention for a European place next season, although before the surprise result against Manchester United Roy Hodgson's team had lost three home games on the bounce.
Liverpool have been boosted with the news that Dirk Kuyt and Steven Gerrard have both committed their futures to the Reds, signing deals up to 2012 and 2013 respectively, the latter has been inspirational in reviving Pool's title hopes.
The hosts are available at 5/1 to cause another shock win, don't let that price put you off though - they were 15/2 to defeat Man United. The draw, which would be good enough to see the visitors top the table, is an 11/4 shot. A fourth consecutive win for Rafa's Reds is priced at 4/7.
Fulham's American midfielder Clint Dempsey has been on good form this season, scoring six goals from 25 starts, he's 12/1 to open the scoring in this game and 5/1 to score at anytime of the match. Andy Johnson is the home team's top scorer with seven league goals to his name and he's an 8/1 chance for the first of the game and 11/4 to pounce at any point of the 90 minutes.
Liverpool had plenty of players on International duty during the week, in particular Spain benefited from two of Pool's stars, Xabi Alonso got their equaliser from the spot and he can be backed at 16/1 to score the first of this game or 6/1 to bag one at anytime of the game. Alberto Riera scored a 90th minute winner for the European champions and is a 9/1 shot to grab the first goal of the afternoon and 10/3 to notch one at any point of the match.
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