EFL: Fulham vs The Bees


At Craven Cottega's home field, Fulham is maintaining stability and will welcome directly promoted competitor Brentford, who is extremely precarious right after the earliest match in the 38th round. the opponent hugs like in the turn and surpasses the opponent. Or the London representative will keep all 3 points at his home to win the 3rd match in a row here.




Scott Parker was able to keep the starting line against Bristol last weekend, the match they held to a 1-1 draw, even when they were led down but there was Tom Cairney's equalizer at the end of the match. This is his eighth goal this season. Defenders Maxime Le Marchand, Terence Kongolo, Alfie Mawson and Joe Bryan were all eliminated due to injury. Coach Scott Parker and his teachers only lost 1 of the last 11 matches but still only in the top 3 due to winning twice in the last 6 rounds, less than the direct promotion to the Premier League next season up to 6 points. Fulham have drawn all three recent home games against Brentford in all competitions and both halves of the last 3 home games against Brentford in all competitions. Already less than 2. 

Hopefully Thomas Frank will keep his XI starting this weekend after his side win 5-0 against Sheffield Wednesday. Midfielder Shandon Baptiste returned to the squad last weekend and made a comeback while veteran center-back Pontus Jansson is about to return after a long-term healing period. Brentford was ruthless at the weekend before they tore a confident team like Sheffield in a comfortable 5-0 home win, which ended a run of five games without a win and expanded the advantage. The visitors' team compared to Bristol ranked 7 up to 5 points, the chance of kicking play-offs for them is very large. There have been over 2.5 goals scored in the last 4 matches of Brentford, they are quite weak in the away field with only 2 victories in the last 10 away games.

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