Liverpool continued their remarkable form in the Premier League by defeating Fulham and solidifying their position in the pursuit of a European spot. With this win, the Reds, who are currently in fifth place, are well on course to secure a place in next season's Europa League. Although their chances of qualifying for the Champions League are not very high, they are only four points behind Manchester United, who are currently in fourth place, and will be playing their two remaining matches, starting with Brighton & Hove Albion on Thursday.
After Darwin Nunez was fouled in the box, Mohamed Salah sealed the victory for his team with a successful penalty kick, marking his 29th goal of the season. Salah's unerring accuracy in front of goal continued as he scored his sixth goal in six games from the spot.
Liverpool vs Brentford
Liverpool will aim to shatter Brentford's aspirations of securing a place in Europe and exact revenge against Thomas Frank's squad. Earlier in the year, Brentford emerged as comfortable victors when the two teams clashed in west London.
Leicester city vs Liverpool
Next on the agenda for Liverpool is a visit to the King Power Stadium to face the Foxes, who are currently in danger of relegation. With only goal difference keeping them above the relegation zone, Dean Smith's team will be looking to secure a win against Liverpool. However, the Reds will aim to extend their impressive away record.
Liverpool vs Aston villa
On May 20, Liverpool will play against Aston Villa at home. Manchester United dealt a blow to Villa's European qualification hopes, following their dismal start to the season. As it stands, Villa trails Liverpool by five points.
Liverpool vs Southampton
On May 28, Liverpool will conclude their Premier League campaign against Southampton, who are currently at the bottom of the league table. By this stage, Liverpool will hope to have secured their spot in European competition for next season.
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