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BOURNEMOUTH V LIVERPOOL - LIVE online commentary on Todayfm.com/pll
Premier League Live with Sky Sports continues this weekend, and the games are coming thick and fast as is the case in the month of December. Liverpool came from behind to beat Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor but Jurgen Klopp's side still trail leaders Manchester City by two points.
The fact that Liverpool have to make their best ever start to a top flight season after 15 games, shows how good City are. However the Reds can go top for a few hours if they win away to Bournemouth and it would put some pressure on City, who play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tomorrow evening.
Klopp made seven changes for the Burnley game and started without Salah, Mane and Firmino. Alisson and Virgil van Dijk have made such an improvement to the side and Klopp would have been encouraged by the performance of Naby Keita. Bournemouth beat Huddersfield 2-1 during the week to end a run of four successive defeats and the Cherries will cause problems for Liverpool.
Klopp will no doubt have an eye on Tuesday night's must win Champions League game against Napoli so Eddie Howe would do well to predict Liverpool's starting 11.
MANCHESTER UNITED V FULHAM - LIVE commentary on Today FM!
At 3pm Manchester United are looking for a first win in five league games and manager Jose Mourinho has admitted they can't afford to lose any games in December.
United are eight points off the top four and the problem with them is you just don't know what team will show up.
Mourinho has made 46 changes to his starting 11 this season - more than any other Premier League side and big summer signing Fred didn't even make the squad for Wednesday night's 2-2 draw with Arsenal. There seems to be a cloud hanging over Old Trafford with so much conflict and so many players out of form.
Fulham will more then likely need a win to move off the bottom of the table but the Cottagers have looked a little more organised defensively since the arrival of Claudio Ranieri. The Italian's first game in English football was at Old Trafford 18 years ago and it ended in a 3-3 draw but I don't think we'll get the same result tomorrow.
This week's guest in the Boot Room will be former Republic of Ireland international Kevin Sheedy who will be taking a look back on some memorable moments in the green jersey and the former Everton winger will also talk about the title success with the Toffees during the 80's.