EFL: Cardiff vs Fulham


This is a playoff semi-final semi-final to find the winner of the Premier League final. Fulham as the team that fell from the English Premier League last season with a slightly higher ranking on the overall table is slightly more appreciated. 





The listed dealer is losing at the beginning though this is a match that took place in Cardiff Stadium.

However, this is the highlight of this match, in other words, it is likely that the yard factor will directly affect the encounter between the two teams tomorrow morning. In terms of form, the last 2 away games, Fulham did not win and this reflects the fact that the team led by coach Scott Parker only really plays well at home.

Besides, the visits to Wales and Cardiff's stadium often do not bring Fulham beautiful memories. Calculated, since the early 2000s, they have had 7 guests on the "Millennium" field, now renamed Cardiff City Stadium, Fulham has only once won and received 3 defeats.

On the Cardiff side, they had extremely good preparation for this match. A series of 3 consecutive wins against strong opponents like Middlesbrough, Derby County and Hull City helped the Wales representative reach the finish line in 5th place with a playoff kick. Although not appreciated, but with excitement and especially the home advantage, Cardiff is capable of defeating Fulham to create an advantage before the return leg.

Given the importance of the match, it is difficult to expect many goals to be scored when both teams place the defense first. In addition, Fulham's last 3 away matches have no more than 2 goals scored. The encounter between the two teams in the past also does not often appear many goals. Specifically, the last 3 matches have no more than 2 goals scored.


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