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Live streaming: Fulham vs Liverpool - Watch tricky EPL game on Feb 12, 2014

February 12, 2014 By Abdullah Zubair
After an impressive victory over Arsenal, Liverpool will be hoping to continue their good form when they face league bottomers Fulham.

Preview: Reds looking to close down gap between the top three

After a scintillating performance over the weekend which saw Liverpool record a highly impressive 5-1 victory over title favourites Arsenal, Brendan Rodger’s men will be hoping to continue their good form in order to close down the gap between themselves and the top three.

Liverpool’s powerful performance against the Gunners saw them dethroning Arsenal from the top of the league and considering the form they are currently in Liverpool will be fancying to have a go for the title and perhaps make it a four horse race for the title.

 

An incredible performance from Liverpool saw the Reds dismantle an Arsenal defense which had been quite resilient in the past. Just 19 minutes into the game Liverpool broke Arsenal into tatters scoring four goals in the process, adding another one in the second half to round off a remarkable 5-1 victory.

Keeping Fulham’s woeful home form in mind, Liverpool will be full of confidence of subjecting the cottagers to a beating. Fulham have just managed to notch 10 points from the 12 games they have played at home this season having conceded 25 goals in the process. The Whites have also suffered for goals this season and average 0.96 goals per game.

However a valiant performance from the London side saw them hold defending champions Manchester United to a draw over the weekend and Brendan Rodgers has lauded the Fulham side and is aware of their capabilities of pulling off another upset at the expense of his side.

"Every game is critical for us, whether it's the top team or the bottom team," said the Liverpool manager.

"I think you saw (on Sunday) they've got some very good players. They showed great resilience in the game, they took the lead.

"I know some of the players there - brilliant professionals, Steve Sidwell I've worked with, Scott Parker, Damien Duff, all players that are outstanding players with good experience."

However despite their heroics against the Red Devils, the cottagers can hardly be in a buoyant mood. Fulham’s last league win came at New Year’s day, furthermore the Whites have tasted defeat in three of their last five matches. Fulham also have the league’s worst defensive record having conceded 55 goals in the 25 matches they have played in the league. They will now be against a Liverpool side which is in on a scary goal scoring form and are second only to Man City in terms of goals scored this season.

The SAS partnership has been flourishing with both Suarez and Sturridge tormenting opponents week after week and on Wednesday night we can surely expect another strong win for the Reds. Both men also have a good record against their counterparts on Wednesday, with Suarez having scored four goals against the Cottagers in as many outings and Sturridge netting a hat-trick when the two sides met at Craven Cottage last season.

Liverpool have won all of the last three meetings between the two clubs scoring 11 goals in the process. Of the 25 matches played between the two clubs, Liverpool have won a staggering 15.
Meulensteen will have an almost injury free side to choose from, however star signing Kostas Mitroglou is a major doubt for the match and might not feature tonight. However another of Fulham’s winter singing Lewis Holtby who made a loan switch from Tottenham is fit to start and will be looking to make the difference for his side after an impressive showing against Man United.

Fulham’s Dutch tactician made a number of changes to his side with all of Muamer Tankovic, Ryan Tunnicliffe and Dan Burn making appearances at Old Trafford. The trio was impressive against the defending champions and all three players are expected to start against Liverpool.

Despite their good form Liverpool are under a little defensive crisis with all of Mamadou Sakho (hamstring), Glen Johnson (various injuries) and Jose Enrique (knee) sidelined and unlikely to make a return for the Fulham match. Daniel Agger is another player who will miss Wednesday’s encounter but is close to a return. Lucas Leiva is another player who will remain absent for Liverpool.

Where to watch the match – live stream, start time, TV channels, live scores

Watch Fulham vs Liverpool live on Wednesday, February 12, 2014:

In Canada at 15:00 ET on Sportsnet East, Sportsnet World Online, Sportsnet Pacific, TalkSport Radio,Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet West

In UK at 20:00 GMT on LFC TV Online

In US at 15:00 ET on Directv, TalkSport Radio, Premier League Extra Time, NBC Sports Live Extra

Fans in Australia can catch the action live on Fox Sports 3 Australia.

For complete details of match listings and live scores, visit the Fulham vs Liverpool match page.
 


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