Fulham fan Matt Doherty provides the view from Craven Cottage ahead of our trip to London on Sunday.
How's your season gone?
The usual mid-table/no cup runs, with an unusual twist. We've won a few away, and have lost a load at home, which is out of step with the previous decade.
Who is making you tick at the moment?
Unexpectedly, the veteran Georgios Karagounis is the key man these days. Most promising attacks come via him.
Too many to name, but the keen-but-clumsy Philippe Senderos has dropped a few clangers.
Best way to beat Fulham?
Turn up. On current form we're the worst team in the 92, with one point from our last six games.
Which Liverpool players have impressed you this term?
Luis Suarez - there's no doubt he's a marvellous player. I'm a fan of Glen Johnson too.
What's your hope for the summer?
The permanent signings of loanees Eyong Enoh, Urby Emanuelson and Sascha Riether would improve our squad.
This is the last time you'll see Jamie Carragher at Craven Cottage - what have you made of his career?
It's amazing that a guy can stay at the top for so long at one club. We had a club legend, Simon Morgan, who climbed the leagues with Fulham. Carragher though, has had his whole career in the top flight. Superb.
What can we expect from the atmosphere?
It will be fairly lively on Sunday, the ground is sold out, though our terrible form means there's not much optimism about. If we take an early lead, the noise level will rise.
Where can Liverpool fans get a drink and some food before the game?
Putney High Street (across the river) has every eatery you can think of, several pubs too. The Eight Bells near Putney Bridge tube station welcomes away fans.
Dreadful runs must end sometime, I'll say 2-1 home win.