Feb 11, 2014, 8:52 AM EDT
There were concerns that a 48-hour tube strike would cripple transportation to-and-from Craven Cottage for Wednesday’s match between Fulham and Liverpool.
But have no fear, Steve Davis and other with tickets in hand, you’ll be able to watch Brendan Rodgers red-hot squad go after resurgent Fulham and Clint Dempsey, (provided the American gets on the pitch this time around).
The proposed strike is not happening and the match will proceed as planned. It’s probably best for those in charge at Fulham, as they’ve received heat for even considering a postponement; Arsenal, West Ham and Lleyton Orient had planned on navigating any labor turmoil and playing on.
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