Despite a trophy-less season last year, Liverpool look like a re-energised team this season as they continue to fight on four fronts in 2024, in the Premier League, Europa League, EFL Cup, and the FA Cup in 2024
It's been a blistering start to the new year for the Reds who clinched a thrilling 4-2 victory over Newcastle and secured their passage into the fourth round of the FA Cup after besting Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates.
It hasn't been long since they faced Fulham as they beat Marco Silva's side 4-3 at Anfield last month in a game where the West London side were leading in the dying embers before the Reds scored twice in two minutes to secure all three points.
It's been a difficult season for The Cottagers who've had to adjust to Aleksander Mitrovic's departure which has resulted in their struggle for goals.
The Cottagers sit 13th in the Premier League table but last defeated high-flying Arsenal in a massive 2-1 win at Craven Cottage. Despite their iffy league form, they've had an impressive cup run which could see them play in a cup final for the first time since their Europa League final against Juventus in 2010.
With nothing to lose, there should be a sense of fearlessness in Fulham when they take on Liverpool at Anfield - a stadium they defeated the Reds at, back in 2021.
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With Dominik Szoboszlai still out with injury, Jürgen Klopp could field an identical side from the one against Arsenal but could see Virgil van Dijk back in the starting 11 if he's recovered from his illness.
The Anfield crowd will be roaring at the opportunity to return to Wembley as Liverpool will run out comfortable winners in a 3-0 victory to set themselves up well for the away tie at Craven Cottage.