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Liverpool vs Fulham LIVE – score, Mohamed Salah goal and commentary stream



Liverpool vs Fulham LIVE – score, Mohamed Salah goal and commentary stream

Live Liverpool match updates, line-ups, TV details, latest score, goals and live commentary against Fulham in the Premier League

Liverpool welcome Fulham to Anfield on Wednesday night as the Premier League’s race for European football heats up in the final weeks of the season.

After four straight wins and an unbeaten run of six games overall, the Reds are fifth in the table following Sunday’s final win against Tottenham Hotspur. Fulham, meanwhile, have been in decline since Aleksandar Mitrovic was handed a long-term ban for shoving referee Chris Kavanagh during an FA Cup match in March and currently sit tenth.

Jürgen Klopp will be without Thiago Alcantara, Roberto Firmino, Diogo Jota and Naby Keita during their visit to Craven Cottage on Merseyside, where they know victory will see them reduce the gap to fourth-placed Manchester United to just four points.

Journalists Paul Gorst, Ian Doyle and Theo Squires will be on hand at Anfield to provide you with all the preparation, live commentary and post-match analysis of the Reds’ last Premier League game. Kick-off is at 8 p.m. and the game will not be shown on UK television.

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Allardyce: I’m just as good as Guardiola, Klopp and Arteta

With the likes of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Mikel Arteta, the Premier League is full of innovative managers – and according to Leeds United’s new head coach Sam Allardyce, he is right up there with the best of them.

The 68-year-old has been without a club since leaving West Bromwich Albion when they were relegated at the end of the 2020/21 season, the only time in 17 top-flight seasons that he has finished in the bottom three.

Now taking charge of Leeds for their final four matches of the season, in a bid to keep them in the Premier League, he has launched a passionate defence of his abilities.

“In the highlight of this year when [clubs] have had their troubles, they’ve always known where I am, but it’s never materialised until now,” said Allardyce in his first press conference at Leeds.

“The football club chooses which way it wants to go, and far too many people think that I’m old and antiquated, which is so far from the truth.

“I may be 68 and look old but there’s nobody ahead of me in football terms. Not Pep, not Klopp, not Arteta. It’s all there with me, and I shared it with them.

“They do what they do. I do what I do. But in terms of knowledge, and depth of knowledge, I’m up there with them.

“I’m not saying I’m better than them but certainly as good as they are. I just wish that sometimes you can get the opportunity that you can show it.

“But that’s never going to happen for me now, apart from [aiming to] keep Leeds up, and if I stayed at Leeds, [hoping] this club was big enough to build a team that was going to challenge those boys eventually, but that’s a long story away.”