Last Updated: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 13:24
Liverpool's clash at Fulham looks likely to get the go-ahead after one of the unions involved in the walk-out suspended strike action.
TSSA members will now no longer take the industrial action after reaching a deal with London Underground and while the RMT union is still scheduled to take strike action, they are now set to look at the deal struck by TSSA with the hope that they too will call off their proposed stoppage.
Fulham had expressed worries that they would not be able to get enough security staff to Craven Cottage in order for the game to go ahead but those fears have eased with the TSSA news. London Transport says that even if the RMT continue with their planned action they hope to have trains running from 7am to 11pm which raises hopes the game will go-ahead.
With the Reds looking to continue the run which saw them blitz Arsenal 5-1 on Saturday boss Brendan Rodgers will be keeping his fingers crossed that the game gets the go-ahead.
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