Fulham look to be on a hiding to nothing at Anfield, while Chelsea should see off WBA

Fulham travel to Anfield at the weekend with both sides going into the game on the back of a loss.charlie-mcCann_Aff

Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool were well beaten at the Emirates and the Whites folded tamely in the first 45 minutes against the champions Manchester United last time out.

Fulham have kept three clean sheets in their last five league games at Anfield but go into this game as 14/1 outsiders, with Liverpool looking to maintain a challenge for a Champions League spot.

The Reds are 1/4 to win with the draw at 11/2.

Luis Suarez is 27/10 and Daniel Sturridge 3/1 to score the opening goal at BetVictor and the home side are 8/11 to lead at both half-time and full-time.

With the international break on the horizon, manager Martin Jol and all Whites fans would love a point, but it seems unlikely that Liverpool’s strikeforce will fire blanks again.

Fulham are out to 11/2 for a top-half finish and into 5/2 to be relegated after Cardiff’s win against arch-rivals Swansea.

Palace (1/20) and Sunderland (3/5) look doomed but the final spot might go down to the wire.

Chelsea entertain West Brom and are a very short price at 3/10 to maintain their excellent home record.

The Baggies are 10/1 for a shock win and when you consider they have lost all seven games played in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge it would, indeed, be a shock if they got anything.

The Blues are back out to 5/2 for the title behind Manchester City (2/1), whose 7-0 success over Norwich was enough to see them go back to the head of the market.

With Fernando Torres out, Samuel Eto’o is 22/5 to score the opening goal and I expect to see a comprehensive success against a side who were beaten 4-1 by Liverpool at Anfield in their last away game.

Chelsea are 14s for the Champions League (7/2 any English side) after another professional performance in midweek and that initial Basel scare seems a long time ago.

Incidentally, Bayern Munich remain 5/2 favourites with Barcelona 4s and Real Madrid 5/1.

Rangers got back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory against Steve McClaren’s Derby County last weekend.

The R’s travel to the Madejski Stadium on Saturday and are 13/8 to beat Reading, who are 9/5 with the draw at 12/5.

There have been a number of red cards in the games between these clubs (five in the last six) in recent times and the 9/2 at BetVictor makes plenty of appeal.

Harry Redknapp’s side are back to even-money favourites for the title, with Leicester 7/2 and leaders Burnley 8/1.

I fancy Rangers to get all three points against Nigel Adkins’ men and they will go back to the top of the Championship table if they win – even if it is only for a couple of hours.

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