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P.J. Murray 8th May 2011 - 17:00

The Reds go marching on

Liverpool could move into the coveted Europa league spot with at least a point against Fulham on Monday night.

The future of 'King Kenny' has yet to be decided but if the Liverpool caretaker boss were to secure a Europa League place then he may have sealed his position as Liverpool manager for next season.

For a long time this season a top half finish, let alone Europe, seemed somewhat out of the question for the Reds, but now they sit on the precipice of a top five finish.  They travel to Fulham knowing that Spurs are there for the taking in fifth and they are 7/5 to come away with all three points from Craven Cottage.

The home side are 19/10 while the draw is 9/4. A win for Fulham would equal a club record of four consecutive Premier League wins. Liverpool's last trip to the Cottage resulted in a 3-1 defeat, which was the only loss in the last seven meetings between the teams. The Pool are buoyed by a recent good run which has seen them most recently seen them cruise past Newcastle 3-0 last week at Anfield.

We have another Match Winner offer based on the recent exploits of the Flying Dutchman Dirk Kuyt. You can back Kuyt to score and Liverpool to win at the enhanced price of 4/1.

Andy Carroll will be another target for goals for Liverpool, the Geordie is 13/2 to score first while you can back him at 15/8 to score anytime.

Clint Dempsey has been the hit man for Fulham this season, the American has scored 12 league goals for the Cottagers this season, he is 7/1 to open the scoring and 15/8 to net at anytime.

Between them the two sides have scored six goals in their last game, both winning 3-0. Over 2.5 goals is a nice price at 11/10.

Liverpool have scored in all their league games in 2011, the Merseysiders are 3/1 to be the only scoring side in the game. However Fulham have a solid defensive record at home, conceding only against Blackburn in their last seven home games.

Liverpool have been quite dominant of late and a double result of Liverpool/Liverpool at 16/5 could be worth an investment given that Liverpool have more to play for than their opponents.

If you expect Liverpool to replicate their win against Newcastle here then you can back the Reds at 25/1 to win 3-0, although I would imagine that 2-1 at 17/2 is worth a shot given that both sides are well capable of scoring.

I think both teams are on a fantastic run at the moment, but Liverpool just have that bit more of an incentive to take all three points. I would back them to win at 7/5 and possibly a correct score of 2-1 at 17/2.

 
 
 

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