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Liverpool predicted line-up v Fulham

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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers takes his side to Fulham looking to consolidate their place in the Premier League top four tomorrow (Wednesday) night.

The Reds go into the clash on the back of an emphatic 5-1 victory over Arsenal, and the match will go ahead after planned transport strikes were suspended across the capital.

There is no decision to be made between the sticks for Rodgers, with Simon Mignolet the club's undisputed number one in the absence of Pepe Reina.

In defence, the Northern Irishman does have a few options, although Daniel Agger and Glen Johnson are again expected to miss out as they move closer to fitness. That leaves John Flanagan and Aly Cissokho to continue on the flanks, with Martin Skrtel and Kolo Toure providing solidarity at the heart of the back four.

Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson have formed a formidable combination shielding the Liverpool back four, and it's hard to see anyone replacing those two in west London.

The more attacking positions pick themselves also, with Raheem Sterling in top form on one flank and Daniel Sturridge impressing off the other. Philippe Coutinho is given the freedom to create behind the striker both at Anfield and away from home.

And, that leaves Luis Suarez to lead the line in attack, with the Uruguayan in scintillating form for Liverpool despite not hitting the back of the net at the weekend.

Liverpool predicted XI v Fulham:

Mignolet; Flanagan, Skrtel, K. Toure, Cissokho; Gerrard, Henderson; Sterling, Coutinho, Sturridge; Suarez.

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