Can Kuyt Make It Five In Five At Fulham?

Will it be a Thriller?...

The Reds travel to Craven Cottage tomorrow for their Monday night clash with Mark Hughes' Fulham side. With both teams in pretty good form and Liverpool still mathematically in a chase for the Champions League, three points is what the lads will be after.

Still out injured for Liverpool are captain Steven Gerrard, Fabio Aurelio, Daniel Agger and Martin Kelly. Also added to the list is the unfavoured Milan Jovanovic who picked up a knee injury last month, he may still be an option for Dalglish though on Monday as his recovery is going well.

Fulham have Halliche and Gera out and also Duff who has an Achilles problem. Perhaps most worryingly for the side from London though is the fact that Dempsey may be unable to start. A hamstring pull means the star man may be kept out. The American brings a lot to the Fulham side and is a vital link in their system.

Familiar face Danny Murphy will be raring to go tomorrow, the ex Liverpool man always looks forward to meeting his old employees and I'm sure he wouldn't mind grabbing a goal either.

Dirk Kuyt after scoring in his last 4 matches will surely make the start again for Liverpool tomorrow. I also think after similar performances Maxi will probably get the shout again too. Meireles for me has had a few off games i feel personally so i wouldn't mind if somebody else got given a chance tomorrow night, as long as it's not Poulsen!

With Spearing setting the midfield alight and confident performances from Flanagan i reckon we can have them whatever side we put out.

Carroll will hopefully start too after only managing to come on in the second half against his old club Newcastle. I know everybody always says it but when you look at that strike partnership of ours now, it is hard to believe!

The last time we played Fulham at the Cottage we lost 3-1 in that horror story with two red cards back in October 2009.

A tough game i feel but with the way we've been playing these last few weeks we should be able to pick up three points here and perhaps smash in a few goals.

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