Latest odds and live stream schedule as Liverpool face Hull, looking to make it three wins on the spin in the league at Anfield this weekend.
Hull City are only a point outside the top half, whilst back to back wins have Liverpool within touching distance of the top four.
Brendan Rodgers admitted his side were lucky to overcome Queens Park Rangers last weekend.
The hosts dominated the game, however a last minute own goal from Steven Caulker gifted Liverpool all three points.
Liverpool were easily beaten by Real Madrid in the Champions League, with Karim Benzema scoring twice in a 3-0 win.
Are Hull a touch of value at odds of 7/1 to beat Liverpool?
Hull City came within minutes of a famous win away to Arsenal, with Danny Welbeck equalising for the Gunners in the last minute.
Barely seconds in the second period Abel Hernandez headed Hull ahead, only for Welbeck to frustrate Steve Bruce’s men.
Hull famously beat Liverpool last season, with Martin Skrtel scoring an own goal in the loss.
In the reverse fixture, Luis Suarez scored a superb free-kick, to help Liverpool to a routine 2-0 victory.
Mario Balotelli looks set to miss out against Hull City, meaning Rickie Lambert will be given a rare start since his summer move.
Emre Can and Adam Lallana are likely to come in having appeared as substitutes in the midweek defeat to Real Madrid.
Steve Harper is a real doubt having gone off injured against Arsenal, however should be fit to feature.
Michael Dawson and Nikica Jelavic have been ruled out through injuries, meaning Alex Bruce and Hernandez will start.
Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Lovren, Skrtel, Moreno, Gerrard, Can, Henderson, Sterling, Lallana, Lambert
Hull: Harper, Chester, Davies, Bruce, Elomohamdy, Livermore, Huddlestone, Diame, Robertson, Ben Arfa, Hernandez