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Will Fulham make it three home wins on the spin?
On Wednesday night, the Cottagers hammered Nottingham Forest 5-0, with both Alex Iwobi and Raúl Jiménez bagging braces, the Mexican’s second an impudent back-heel, before Tom Cairney got in on the act.
Prior to this, Marco Silva’s side had also beaten Wolves 3-2 in West London, before that heartbreaking, last-gasp 4-3 defeat at Anfield last Sunday.
This though is the first time Fulham have scored 3+ in three successive top-flight games for 67 years, while the mid-week drubbing of Forest is their biggest Premier League win since 2011.
So now, will the Whites prevail in this London derby?
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As a newly-promoted club, Fulham actually finished tenth last season, making it their best campaign since 2012.
Now, after losing top-scorer Aleksandar Mitrović during the summer, Marco Silva’s side are seeking to avoid second-season syndrome and stay well clear of the bottom three.
Fulham Top 10 Odds
Fulham have only ever finished in the top 10 of the top division in back-to-back seasons once in their entire history, achieving this in 2011 and 2012 under Mark Hughes and then Martin Jol.
Despite the increased competition, Fulham are only priced at 9/2 to repeat last year’s top half finish.
Fulham Premier League not to be relegated Odds
Having got 11 points on the board already, Fulham look well on their way to safety, reflected by the fact they’re priced at 1/12 to stay up.
Fulham Carabao Cup Odds
Fulham are aiming to reach the League Cup semi-finals for the very first time, having previously fallen in the quarters in 1968, 1971, 2000, 2001 and 2005.
Already this season, Marco Silva’s side have dumped out Tottenham on penalties and then Norwich, so will travel to Ipswich in the fourth round on 1 November.
Right now, the Cottagers are 18/1 to go all the way and hoist aloft the Carabao Cup at Wembley in February, but those odds will only drop if they’re victorious at Portman Road.
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Resting on the banks of the River Thames, Craven Cottage has been the home of Fulham since 1896, and it is London’s oldest football ground. The club have had a decorated history, and we’re not just talking about the Michael Jackson statue that was commissioned when then Fulham owner Mohamed Al-Fayed unveiled it in 2011.
Currently, Marco Silva is the manager. And after brushing aside talks that he could swap the delights of Premier League for Saudi Arabia, he has decided to stay on with The Whites, and help them build on their efforts of last term when they finished 10th.
Their highest Premier League finish to date has been seventh which they achieved in the 2008/09 season when Roy Hodgson, who is now in charge at Crystal Palace, was at the helm.
As far as trophies are concerned, Fulham are in desperate need of one. They won the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2002, and they came agonisingly close to lifting the Europa League in 2010, but they were edged out in an enthralling contest by Atletico Madrid in extra-time.
Fulham have some cracking matches to look forward to, as well as plenty of London derbies, and it’s fair to say that Chelsea are bitter adversaries (not quite like Arsenal and Tottenham), but it is a fierce rivalry nevertheless.
Fulham have also been relegated several times over the years from the Premier League, which may not suggest they are the most stable outfit. That said, they have plenty of quality in their squad, which includes Andreas Pereira, Joao Paulinha, Willian, and Bobby De Cordova-Reid, so they shouldn’t be underestimated.
Although Aleksandar Mitrovic has been tipped to leave Craven Cottage, Fulham produce an exciting brand of football under Silva, and they will be hoping to ruffle a few more feathers this forthcoming campaign.