Liverpool vs Fulham TV details ahead of key Premier League clash

Jurgen Klopp is facing what is arguably his biggest challenge since arriving on Merseyside.

Defat to Chelsea on Thursday means his Liverpool side have lost their last five matches at Anfield – an unwanted club first – and lost five of their last six Premier League fixtures.

As a result the champions are now seventh in the table, four points off the top four – with all the teams above them in better form – and with no win in the league at Anfield since December 16.

On Sunday afternoon they entertain Fulham.

The Cottagers are in a battle of their own to avoid relegation, and are three points off safety.

Last time the two sides met in December it was Fulham who led for the majority of the match, before a Mohamed Salah penalty secured a point for Liverpool.

What time is Liverpool vs Fulham?

Liverpool vs Fulham will kick-off at 2pm on Sunday.

The match will be followed by the Manchester derby at 4.30pm and Tottenham Hotspur vs Crystal Palace at 7.15pm.

Liverpool vs Fulham TV channel and live stream

The 2pm kick-off at Anfield is the first of three matches that make up Sky Sports' Super Sunday.

Fans can watch the game on the Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League channels.

Coverage begins at 1pm on Sky Sports Premier League and 2pm on Sky Sports Main Event.

Those with subscriptions can stream the match through either Sky Go or NOW TV.

Liverpool vs Fulham odds

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Liverpool's home form is not showing any sign of improving following their defeat to Chelsea on Thursday night.

The Reds are 4/11 favourites with Quinnbet while Fulham are a distant 8/1 to join the growing list of Anfield victors.

A double chance for Fulham or a draw is 2/1 too.

Despite Liverpool's poor form, the stats alongside their visitors makes for a chance to get back to winning ways.

Jurgen Klopps' side have lost just one of their 23 top-flight home games against Fulham which was back in May 2012 winning 16 and drawing six times.

Fulham's record against reigning champions is abysmal at best in their last 26 away meetings – drawing three times and losing 21 games. Their most recent win against a reigning champion was at Old Trafford beating Manchester United back in October 2003 3-1.

Odds courtesy of Betfred and subject to change.

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