mark but none of Fulham’s 14 top-flight home games against the Reds have finished level. It is worth noting Liverpool’s last three away matches in all competitions have been draws. But ultimately the visitors are overwhelming favourites for a reason and it would be a surprise if they slipped up at Craven Cottage. Liverpool merit support but there is no interest in piling in at odds-on so attention turns elsewhere to back Klopp’s side.
Liverpool’s defence has not been as strong as in recent seasons, understandably so considering key injuries, but Fulham will probably have opportunities to find the net. The champions have conceded 11 goals in five away league matches and have only managed to keep one clean sheet. Liverpool’s last four wins at Fulham have seen both teams score and this trend could continue this weekend.
Fulham have scored five goals in their last three home games and Parker’s side can find the net again even if they fall to defeat. Backing Liverpool to win and both teams to score appeals at 7/5. It is also worth taking advantage of Betfair’s free bet offer via the Same Game Multi. A potential suggestion includes backing Liverpool to win, both teams to score and Salah to score at 3.39.
Liverpool have scored in both halves in each of their last six Premier League meetings with Fulham – only against Bournemouth (7) have they ever found the net either side of half-time in more consecutive Premier League meetings. The champions are 8/11 to score in both halves on Sunday.
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Source: Betfair Premier League