Liverpool fans left their last game in protest at ticket prices.
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With a convalescing manager, mounting injuries and fans in revolt against the club's hierarchy, Liverpool's preparations for Tuesday's FA Cup replay at West Ham United have been less than ideal.The depth of his resources will be tested to the limit this month, with Liverpool also due to face German side Augsburg in the Europa League last 32 and tackle Manchester City in the League Cup final.Liverpool, who won the last of their seven FA Cups in 2006, are already feeling the pace in the league, having fallen 12 points off the Champions League berths following the draw with Sunderland.West Ham are four points better off in sixth place, but Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Southampton left Slaven Bilic's side with just one win from their last five games in all competitions.
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