BY THE NUMBERS: Liverpool vs Fulham (H)
Liverpool will look to return to winning ways against Fulham after conceding a late goal at the Emirates last weekend and struggling with the midweek fixture against Belgrade. Liverpool also look to return Naby Keita to the squad after the midfielder missed the last four Liverpool games due to injury.
Where: Anfield Stadium
When:Sunday, 11 November, 7:00am ET
Where Can I Watch?http://NBCSports.com, NBC Sports Live
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Be prepared for the game by the numbers:
0: Fulham are yet to keep a clean sheet so far this season, with an average of 2.64 goals conceded per match.
2: Fulham will be looking for their second ever win on Merseyside. They hold a record against Liverpool and Everton of 1-42-11. Their last win came against Liverpool in May 2012.
3: In their last match up, Liverpool won 3-2 with goals coming from Daniel Sturridge, Coutinho and Steven Gerrard. Kolo Touré scored an own goal.
5: Daniel Sturridge has been on hand with five goals in his last three Premier League matches for Liverpool against Fulham. 4 goals and one assist.
6: Fulham have lost their last 6 Premier League games
8: Jurgen Klopp and his men have won all eight of their Premier League home matches against newly promoted teams like Fulham. In these games, they have scored 25 and conceded just three.
9: After winning our first 7 games of the season, we’ve now won just 3 of our last 9
13: Born in St. Louis, United States, Defender Tim Ream wears #13 for Fulham. Ream has spent time in the MLS for clubs such as Chicago Fire and New York Red Bulls. Ream is one of just three American players in the Premier League this season.
16: Joe Gomez and Virgil Van Dijk have now made 16 interceptions across Premier League and Champions League soccer. The most at Liverpool. The wall.
50: After last weekend’s goal against Arsenal, James Milner has now scored 50 Premier League goals. In every game Milner has scored, Liverpool have been unbeaten.