Fulham Travel To Anfield

Can Torres continue his run of goals?...

Well, Roy Hodgson never got to face his old side Fulham in charge of Liverpool FC... (thank god) and so it's Kenny's turn to attempt to add another win to his sides superb 3-0 victory at Molineux last weekend.

Fulham have hit a run of form recently after beating Stoke City, West Brom and also drawing with Wigan Athletic in their last three matches. Ok, there's more formidable oppositions within the Premier League but some steady results and goals mean they will have some confidence heading into this fixture at Anfield.

Clint Dempsey has been on fire of late scoring three goals in his last three Premier League matches. Personal opinion means i for one will be most weary of him tomorrow.

Fulham do have quite an extensive injury list with Briggs, Zamora and Senderos all out injured and Schwarzer out on international duty. Etuhu and Hughes are also doubts after picking up hamstring injuries at the weekend.

Liverpool are still without Jamie Carragher but his return is getting closer and closer. There are no other real injury worries and of course captain Steven Gerrard will be back after serving his three match ban.

Liverpool's recent performances even if only one result has backed them up, imply that tomorrow's game should be one with more of an attacking flare. The defence against Wolves looked a lot stronger and there were minimal mistakes so i assume the partnership of Agger and Skrtel will be reused once again.

After Fernando Torres scored twice at Molineux, he will no doubt be on the lurch to continue his goalscoring run, with Gerrard now an addition to the on form Raul Meireles tomorrow, well Torres should not be without a good supply.

As the transfer window edges closer to closing, Ryan Babel is making an exit for Hoffenheim, will we see the addition of a certain Suarez? I just don't know, but here's hoping a win tomorrow night and a new addition to the side in the next week or so add even more positives for us Liverpool fans.

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