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Fulham v Liverpool , Barclays Premier League,
Craven Cottage, May 9th 2011, 20:00pm

  Liverpool FC - Team, Strategy & Injury News:
Apart from those already injured (Gerrard, Kelly, Agger) Kenny Dalglish has ony minor fresh injury concerns with Aurelio and Jovanovic both rated as doubtful though.
  Player to Watch: Luis Suarez
The Uruguayan should continue where he left off against Birmingham last week. Goals, assists and all round team performance should be enough for Luis to stand out from everyone else. Andy Carroll should be fit and hopefully makes the starting Line-Up.
  Birmingham City - Team, Strategy & Injury News:
Duff has had Achilles surgery and is out for the rest of the season as a result. Dempsey has been rated as doubtful but is expected to be fit and Hangeland will also be fit. Gera and Halliche are both out.
  Player to Watch: Clint Dempsey
Clint Dempsey doesn't need any introduction and the Fulham top goalscorer will be looking to notch further goals in an already impressive season for the American.
  Match Facts & Stats:
In 60 previous meetings Liverpool hold a lead of 34 wins to Fulhham's 14, the remaining 16 matches have ended in draws. Liverpool beat Fulham 1-0 in the Anfield clash earlier in the season with a Pansil OG.
  Referee Watch: Lee Mason
Lee Mason. Lee has officiated Liverpool in one previous match this season resulting in one yellow card for Glen Johnson on 18Mins.
  Match Prediction: 0-2
Fulham away will never be a easy fixture but one that we need to win so Kenny will send the lads out with a attacking mentallity and i would expect a close games but in the end a 2-0 win for the Reds. Suarez & Kuyt to score.
  Next Fixtures:
Tottenham Hotspur, 15th May 16:00pm, Anfield

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