Last Updated at 9:39 pm, May 1st 2012
Full-time and Fulham have their first-ever victory at Anfield!
Dembele is forced to limp off, wtih Chris Baird coming on.
Another change for Fulham, with Pogrebnyak making way for Dickson Etuhu.
Raheem Sterling comes on to replace Kuyt, with his introduction bringing the most noise out of the Anfield faithful all night.
Fabio Aurelio makes way, with Jose Enrique coming on.
Prior to that, Fulham had made their first change, with Kerim Frei coming on for Kacaniklic.
Liverpool make a change at the interval, with Stewart Downing on for Jordan Henderson.
Knut Olav Halseth from Norway writes: "I could see when the teams marched out on the field that John Arne Riise and Brede Hangeland wore black armbands in memory of Norwegian World Champion swimmer Alexander Dale Oen who tragically died of a cardiac arrest in the US yesterday while preparing for the London Olympics. The whole nation are in shock and it was good to see Riise and Hangeland honouring him."
The half-time whistle goes, and Fulham go in one goal to the good thanks to the early own goal from Martin Skrtel.
The already quiet Kop is silenced as Riise's low drilled cross is deflected home by Martin Skrtel past the unfortunate Doni.
GOAL FOR FULHAM!!!!
If you fancy a flutter, Sky Bet have a host of markets available, with the headlines that Liverpool are 8/11 favourites, Fulham are a healthy 4/1 shot and the draw is on offer at 5/2. If I had to make a prediction, I'd go for a shock away win.
Some bloke called @glen_johnson has tweeted: "C'Mon lads 3 points please..... #LFC"
Elijah Handley reckons: "As an LFC fan I am slightly concerned with the weakened lineup, was expecting a weakened one but this is a little more than expected. However, I'm glad Coates, Kelly & Shelvey are getting starts and to see Aurelio back on the field is great as well - all I wonder is why Spearing is playing instead of Sterling. I'll not be over-optimistic and I'll say a 2-2 draw, with Demps getting all of Fulham's goals, and goals for Kuyt & Carroll for the reds. COYR!! And best of luck to Martin Jol!"
Scott Brown says: "It will be interesting to see some of the young lads and out of favour players tonight. If nothing else it will be good blooding for the young ones. Would have liked to see Sterling start or but possibly he will come in as a sub. Glad to see that Skrtel is in to give Dempsey a run for his money. Here's hoping for a win and the chance for the young fellas to shine! Come on The Reds! YNWA."
@tomo_hyde writes: "A final this weekend I like the way Dalglish has considered it, however the team looks rather defensive. Come on Sterling!"
@adamhampton87 reckons: "Good to see Spearing getting a run-out tonight. Needs to show us a little of what he's capable of. He may need be talismanic."
@harryfrost789 says: "C'mon you Reds - hoping we won't regret no Suarez and Stevie G - so happy for Aurelio, Maxi, Kuyt and Sterling - LFC 2-FUL 0."
Amrit from Mauritius writes: "I agree with Daglish over this change in squad for today's fixture, with an eye for the FA Cup Final. Hope that Caroll will be able to lead the attack today following his recent improvement and also that we will get to see the young exciting Sterling today who will definitely make an impact if put on. I go for a 2-1 win for Liverpool. Come on LFC!!!"
First in touch is Dan, who says: "Kenny's team selection is understandable at this stage in the season, we have nothing to play for in the league, may as well focus on the cup and give Maxi and Kuyt a game, would love to see Sterling play! 2-1 Liverpool - Kuyt and Sterling."
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