Fulham vs Liverpool Live! Score, Updates, How To Watch, Stream, Video

Fulham host Liverpool at Craven Cottage on Saturday as the Premier League newcomers put the almighty to the test on the opening weekend of the new season.

Stream Live Fulham vs Liverpool

Marco Silva’s Cottagers were promoted to the second-tier title last season as the yo-yoing between the Premier League and Championship continues. This season has been about one thing for Fulham: staying in the Premier League.

As for Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, they came very close to winning the Premier League title for the second time in three years, but were beaten by Manchester City on the final day. But there is hope around Anfield that they can be crowned champions once again.

Below is everything you need to know ahead of Fulham vs Liverpool on Saturday.

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How to watch Fulham vs Liverpool live, stream link and start time

Kickoff: 7:30 a.m. ET, Saturday
TV Channel: Peacock
Present: Stream via Peacock premium

Fulham vs Liverpool Live Analysis! – Joe Prince-Wright at Craven Cottage

Full time: Fulham 2-2 Liverpool. They can! What a great point for Fulham and what do you know, they deserved it. What a sensational start to a busy Saturday in the Premier League.

A few minutes to get here. Can Fulham hold on?

Gol! Mohamed Salah equalized for Liverpool. Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross is missed by Tim Ream. What a game!

Teenage sensation Fabio Carvalho, who joined Liverpool from Fulham this summer, has had a try. Cue relief among the home fans.

Gol! Fulham lead 2-1. Mitrovic scored a penalty kick after being clearly fouled by Virgil van Dijk. Incredible views here at Craven Cottage. Fulham fans are in dreamland.

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Penalty to Fulham!

Gol! Darvin Nunes with a brave picture, heading down the right via a deflection after good work from Mohamed Salah. Liverpool equalised. Play well and truly here at Craven Cottage.

closer! Salah flicked the ball across to Darwin Nunez but his back-heel finish was saved. The Fulham fans sat behind me: ‘This can’t last!’ Is it possible though? Liverpool are very frustrated.

Mail! How did it not go in!? USMNTTim Ream does brilliantly to win the ball back and go forward, then Nieskens Kebano’s shot beats Alisson but hits the post and rebounds out. A close 2nd place for Fulham.

A modest start to the second half here at Craven Cottage. Fulham sit a bit deeper and Liverpool try to get out from behind.

Darwin Nunez and Harvey Elliott both came on for Liverpool at the start of the second half. Thiaku walks slowly with his injury.

half time: Fulham 1-0 Liverpool – Mitrovic’s header was the difference as Fulham really outplayed Liverpool here. The Reds came close on a few occasions, but Fulham were completely new signings Pereira and Balhinha in their leading role who were particularly impressive.

Mail! Luis Diaz hits the post with a beautiful effort. Liverpool are very close to equalizing.

It should be 1-1. Andy Robertson is spotted at the back post and his ball misses the Liverpool players who cross the goal. A very good game, this one.

GOALLLL! It was coming. Aleksandar Mitrovic heads home at the back post for Trent Alexander-Arnold to nod into the tower. Fulham thoroughly deserved that lead. They have been great so far. The home fans here at Craven Cottage have gone absolutely wild!

Block! Harrison Reed’s shot was met by a cross twice by Robertson and Mitrovic. Fulham is a real journey here. Liverpool haven’t gone yet.

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Fulham fans, can we say ‘the officials are disgruntled’ in this first half? Joel Matip got away with some questionable tackles. Hosts still hold their own.

closer! Fulham’s Pereira scored from a free kick that Tim Ream headed across the face of the goal, then Joao Balhinha’s effort was deflected wide. Very good pressure from the hosts.

Luis Diaz puts the ball in the back of the net with a lovely curling finish… but Andy Robertson is ruled offside in the build-up. Good finish from Diaz, even better from Liverpool.

Fulham is a real journey here. Anthony Robinson flies down the left flank at every opportunity. Liverpool seems a little livelier. The home fans love it.

Kick off: A good chance for Fulham right now! Alexander-Arnold’s pass falls straight to Mitrovic, who takes a few too many touches and then pokes one effortlessly wide. Mithro looked confused whether to hit it or not.

The teams are out, it’s loud here in the hut, and we’re all set. let’s go

Hello and welcome to Craven Cottage! A beautiful day by the Thames. What a wonderful place to start the first Saturday of the new season.

Fulham team news, injuries, lineup

Joe Bryan and Harry Wilson are out with wrist and knee problems respectively, while new signings Bernd Leno, Shane Duffy and Kevin Mbabu are on the bench, while other new boys Joao Balhinha and Andres Pereira start. USMND duo Tim Ream and Anthony Robinson start for Fulham.

Liverpool team news, injuries, lineup

Jurgen Klopp has been mixing things up throughout preseason, but we’ve seen Close to his best starting line in a Community Shield win Against Manchester City last weekend.

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Liverpool are without Diogo Jota, Curtis Jones, Gaomin Kelleher and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, while Kostas Simikas, Nabi Keida and Ibrahima Konade are also out. Allison returns to goal after missing most of the season with an abdominal problem.

Main storyline

For Fulham, it’s been a wild ride with two relegations to the Premier League and three promotions in the last five seasons. Life is dull at Craven Cottage. With the Serbian goal machine (at least in the second tier) full of crosses, all their hopes are once again pinned on Aleksandar Mitrovic and the hope that he can finally show more talent in the Premier League. Marco Silva has revealed Fulham haven’t made many signings this summer and staying on would be a huge achievement. Silva likes to counter-attack and he needs a good start to the season to generate positive vibes. Side note: Fulhamerica is still going strong this season with Tim Ream and Anthony Robinson in the lead roles.

Liverpool have had a pretty decent and quiet offseason overall. They sold Sadio Mane at the start of the summer, but his replacement, club-record signing Darwin Nunez, looks set to be the next forward star at Anfield. Oh yeah, they also managed to sign Mohamed Salah to a new long-term deal. Klopp’s side have had some strange results in pre-season, but they have warmed up well for the new campaign, and the big questions are how Núñez, Diaz and Salah will mesh as a front three, and how much gas the likes of Jordan Henderson will add. And Thiago Alcanadara has left in the tank another push for all four trophies.

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