EPL: Leeds vs Fulham




Leeds United and Fulham, the two teams that have returned to the Premier League this season, face each other at Elland Road in the expected match. Leeds beat Fulham 3-0 when the two teams last met on June 27, 2020 at Elland Road.

Leeds produced a thrilling performance in their opening game of the season, but in the end they were unable to spoil Liverpool's party at Anfield, Marcelo Bielsa's men had just lost 4-3, and they could will open fire against the capital team. Adam Forshaw is still in the recovery room for the home team, while Liam Cooper is assessed as suspicious. Known for his technical ability and versatility, Patrick Bamford is Leeds United's current key striker and he opened fire in the last match against Liverpool quite fortunately. Leeds were knocked out of the EFL Cup as they lost to Hull in the penalty shootout, which saw teams take 20 penalty kicks to determine the winner, as game time officially ended in a tie 1-1. 3 of Leeds' last 5 games generated more than 2.5 goals, and also have 3 matches to see both teams score. Gaetano Berardi and Adam Forshaw have been injured and Liam Cooper has doubts about his ability to play.

The Cottagers have gone through all sorts of defense problems in their 0-3 defeat to Arsenal, and it's no wonder they are considered the number one candidate to be relegated at the end of the season. Leeds United is more of a team than Fulham, and we anticipate that the home team will prove their worth on the pitch even though there are no players absent from the away team. Fulham ended the 2008/2009 Premier League campaign in 8th place on the standings and that is considered the team's greatest success since entering the Premier League. The last 3 encounters, the home team won, in which Fulham were responsible for 2 of them. There was a period from 2015 to 2017 when teams faced each other 5 times and all 5 ended without winning and losing with a draw, with 4 matches ending 1-1, 2 in the last five games had more than 2.5 goals, and 2 matches saw goals in both teams. Fulham advanced to the 32-team round of the EFL Cup following a 1-0 win on Wednesday's visit to Ipswich. 2 of their last 5 matches have over 2.5 goals, while only 1 match has both teams scored.




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