Probable starting eleven: Liverpool: Mignolet; Toure, Skrtel, Sakho; Johnson, Lucas, Gerrard, Henderson, Cissokho; Sturridge, Luis Suarez Fulham: Stekelenburg; Zverotic, Senderos, Amorebieta, Richardson; Dejagah, Parker, Sidwell, Kasami; Berbatov, Bent Last week Liverpool lost the derby match against Arsenal at Emirats with 2:0. The distance to the top of the table is now 5 points and I am sure this fact is frustrating the players and the manager Brandon Rodgers. Liverpool need to win a majority of their games at Anfield Road if they want to fight for the Premier League, but it won’t be easy. Southampton have already left Anfield with three points. I believe Fulham are able to stay unbeaten too. Fulham managed to improve the form in the last period. They have two wins and two defeats on the last four Premier League matches. The defeats came from the actaul champion Manchester United and from very good Southampton. In that period Fulham managed to beat Stoke with 1:0 and Crystal Palace with 4:1. About the absentees, Liverpool are missing Aspas and Coates, while the left-back Jose Enrique, who missed the last three matches with a knee problem, is rated as doubtful. Fulham boss Martin Jol is without suspended defender Sascha Riether, as well as without the injured striker Hugo Rodellega and defender Matthew Briggs. The central defender Brede Hangeland and attacking midfielder Bryan Ruiz are doubtful. Fulham have a solid score at Anfield in the last period. They managed to leave Liverpool unbeaten on three of the last five occasions. Here are the results: 22.12.2012. Liverpool – Fulham 4:0 01.05.2012. Liverpool – Fulham 0:1 26.01.2011. Liverpool – Fulham 1:0 11.04.2010. Liverpool – Fulham 0:0 22.11.2008. Liverpool – Fulham 0:0 I think they will stay unbeaten again.