The Cottagers have recovered well from their shock opening loss of the new season back down in the Championship. With back to back wins, they now have some wind in their sails. But then they will be taking on Millwall who have remained undefeated in their opening three games of the campaign. Read our Fulham v Millwall betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 20th, 2019 at 9:40 p.m.)
The Cottagers opened with 1-0 loss out at Barnsley, not what they wanted after suffering relegation from the Premier League last season. But to their credit, Scott Parker’s men have fought back really well to take back to back wins over Blackburn and Huddersfield.
The win over Blackburn was their only home game so far with their next two league outings coming at Craven Cottage, this is a good chance for them to build some bigger momentum. Aleksandar Mitrovic has scored in Fulham’s last two games so has hit a bit of form. If they can take any positives away from their relegation at the end of last season, it was that all but one of the seven wins that they recorded the last term were at Craven Cottage.
This is the first league meeting since the 2017/18 Championship
Both teams have scored in just one of the last six league meetings
Fulham are W2 D1 L1 in four previous Championship games against Millwall
Just one of the last six league meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
It has been a strong start by Millwall with seven points from their three games so far. Considering that they only finished one place above the drop zone last season in the Championship, this has been a wonderful turn around from them. The two wins that Millwall have taken this season in the league were both at The Den.
In their one away game, they picked up a very good point out at West Brom. That’s all three of their league games this season going under 2.5 goals and Matt Smith has scored their last two Championship goals. The Lions had a tough time of things on the road in the last campaign, taking just a W3 D5 L15 record.
This should be a really good game with both teams having started so well. The impetus will all be on Fulham to come out and collect the victory. Millwall are in good enough defensive form to make him work hard for it. However, a home win still looks likely.
20th August 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Just last season this was a Premier League fixture. But with relegation blighting both of them at the end of the campaign, this game kicks off the Championship action for the weekend. While Fulham managed to get their first win of the season last weekend, the Terriers are still looking for their first. Read our Huddersfield v Fulham betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 13th, 2019 at 6:35 p.m.)
The Terriers opened the new season with a 1-2 loss on home soil against Derby. Not the start that they would have wanted having dropped down a tier. But they rallied themselves to some extent to collect a 1-1 draw at QPR last weekend. So at least they are off the mark. Both of the league goals that the Terriers have scored this season have been converted penalty kicks by Karlan Ahearne-Grant.
Huddersfield finish bottom of the Premier League last season, winning just three fixtures the entire campaign. Two of those three were at home (W2 D3 L14). One of them was a 1-0 success over Fulham as well, so they can at least look to that for some confidence. If you take last season into consideration it is a twelve match sequence of league games for Huddersfield now without a win (D3 L9). There may be a tough road ahead for Jan Siewert’s men this season.
The two traded 1-0 home wins last season
Fulham have won three of the last four against the Terriers
Huddersfield have won only one of the last 13 meetings
Fulham are W2 D1 from their three previous Championship visits to the John Smith’s Stadium
The Cottagers did not come out of the gates this season in winning form as was expected. They slipped to a 1-0 away loss at Barnsley. But they got themselves up and running last weekend with a comfortable 2-0 home success over Blackburn. So Scott Parker’s men are on the way and will be looking for some returns from this. Fulham remain one of the promotion favourites in the second tier for this campaign.
It was Fulham’s defence which failed them so badly in the top flight last season. They conceded a total of 81 goals. On their travels they did win just the one game which was out at Bournemouth in their penultimate road fixture of the season. After their loss at Barnsley on the opening weekend of this new season, Fulham have lost 9 of their last 10 league away games. But they do have a pretty decent run of head to head form going against the Terriers.
Fulham do have a strong squad for this Championship campaign and they look the more likely of the two to pick up a win. With both teams scoring in Huddersfield’s two games this season, we are going to plump for over 2.5 goals and the away win.
13th August 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Fulham got themselves off to a bad start on their drop back down to the Championship. They lost their opening game of the season out at Barnsley. They will be hoping for a bit of home cheer to come with three of their next four games at Craven Cottage. Blackburn also suffered a loss last weekend. Read our Fulham v Blackburn betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 7th, 2019 at 6:46 p.m.)
It was a 1-0 hit that the Cottagers took away from home at Barnsley last weekend. They conceded the only goal of the game in the 13th minute and they just couldn’t come up with an equaliser. The Cottagers are one of the promotion favourites in the Championship this season. They did have their chances in the game including a couple of efforts cleared off the line. But after their many defensive problems in the Premier League last season, boss Scott Parker won’t have been happy with his backline.
They were sloppy again and conceded a lot of chances. Fulham do have a good squad including Tom Cairney, Ivan Cavaleiro and Aleksandar Mitrovic. They’ll probably come good and three points on the weekend in their home opener would settle some nerves. Of the seven wins that the Cottagers earned in the Premier League last season, six of them were on home soil.
This will be the first meeting since the 2016/17 Championship
Fulham earned four points from the last two league meetings with Rovers
The Cottagers have lost just one of their last six home games against Blackburn
Four of the last five meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Rovers were a little worse off last weekend than Fulham, insomuch as they also lost, but their defeat was on home soil. Blackburn went down 2-1 against the visiting Charlton. Rovers were bottom half finishers in last season’s campaign and didn’t put together the greatest form out on the road. Their away record from the last term was W6 D5 L12 only. They won three of their last four on the road though.
You look at where they had their away struggles and it was against the better clubs. Blackburn won just one away game against teams who finished in the top twelve. Part of the reason why they struggled so much was because of a poor defence. They conceded at an average of over two goals per away game, which was in stark contrast to their home defensive record where they averaged under a goal per game against them. 74% of Blackburn’s away games last season made it over 2.5 goals.
The Cottagers should get on the gas back on home soil. They just never quite clicked on the road last weekend, their strike force not getting into the game. You would expect better from them this weekend and are taking on a Blackburn side who had some major problems away from home the last term. Home win.
8th August 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
This will be a fascinating clash in the Championship on Saturday. Fulham were relegated from the Championship at the end of last season. Barnsley meanwhile were battling their way to automatic promotion from League One. It will be really interesting to see who comes out as the top dog in this battle at Oakwell. Read our Barnsley v Fulham betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on July 28th, 2019 at 1.31 p.m.)
Barnsley had such a fantastic time in League One last season, losing just two games from mid-December through to the end of the season. The Tykes did superbly at Oakwell, so they may well be confident of getting something out of this fixture. They were W15 D8 L0 last season at home in the league. It was their defence which was one of the real highlights of their season.
They banked a clean sheet in 43% of league games at Oakwell. Their pre-season is done with a W4 L1 record, the only loss happening against Sheffield United. The Tykes were pretty free-scoring in the pre-season. There has been a big shakeup in the squad with a lot of new players coming in as they look to at the very least sustain their new position in the second tier. Barnsley were only relegated from the Championship at the end of the 2017/18 season so come straight back up.
This will be the first meeting since the 2017/18 Championship
Fulham took a win in both of the meetings that season
The Tykes lead the overall head to head 31-26 with 23 draws
Barnsley are winless in six against the Cottagers (D1 L5)
So Fulham’s season in the top flight went just about as poorly as it could have gone. After such a strong season in earning automatic promotion to get up there, coupled with a big summer spending spree, so much more was expected of the Hatters in the Premier League. But they fell flat because of a shockingly poor defensive effort. The Cottagers finished second from bottom in the Championship, shipping a total of 81 goals in a W7 D5 L26 record.
They sacked Slivisa Jokanovic in November and brought in Claudio Ranieri. He was sacked in February 2019. Then Scott Parker took temporary charge until the end of the season and was then handed the job on a full-time basis. So the one positive out of that could be Parker’s appointment as he seemed as if he was starting to get the club back together a bit. There has been little action from them in the transfer market so far this summer, it’s pretty much as they were the last term.
Such a tough game to call between two teams who were so far apart in the league standings last season. Fulham don’t look as if they will have much changed about them. Barnsley were competitive last season, especially at Oakwell and it may just be worth having a look at the draw as the main option.
30th July 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Maybe it is fitting that it has all come down to this in the Championship play-offs. At the end of the regular season, Fulham finished in third with Aston Villa in fourth. So outside of the two automatic promotion spots, these were the best two teams in the division. Now it is just a one-off match, dubbed as the richest match in English football, to decide who will be playing in the Premier League next season.
Fulham 13/10, Draw 21/10, Aston Villa 23/10* (Betting Odds taken at 3:45 a.m. on May 21st, 2018)
Aston Villa battled their way past Middlesbrough in a tight semi-final, with the Villains winning 1-0 on aggregate. It could be quite telling at the end of the day that Aston Villa have struggled for the goals lately. In five of their last seven games, they have scored exactly one goal in each while failing to score in one of the other two. So down the final stretch of the season they have done things by a pretty narrow margin. Taking that into consideration, it would be hard to imagine that Aston Villa would take a win by anything other than a one-goal margin.
What Aston Villa can bring to the table goal is a very solid defence and they have experienced players running through the squad to handle this big occasion. Villa have conceded just the one goal in their last three games and they did after all blank Middlesbrough in both legs of their play-off tie. Under 2.5 goals at bet365 is at 4/7 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 3:45 a.m. on May 21st, 2018). Aston Villa have won just one of their last four games now (D2 L1) so aren’t quite bang in top form. Their opponents have posted a very good defence this season as well, so perhaps the question is whether or not Aston Villa really have the craft to open up Fulham and outscore their opponents if their own defence doesn’t hold up?
Only Championship winners Wolves scored more goals in the division than Fulham did this season. During their great 23 match undefeated streak in the Championship this season, they did secure a 2-0 win over Aston Villa. In the bet365 correct score market for the Championship play-off final, the shortest priced option is the 1-1 draw at 90 min, with a Fulham 1-0 option at 11/2 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 3:45 a.m. on May 21st, 2018). In their semi-final match up against Derby, Fulham did show some good character. After losing the first leg 1-0 at Pride Park, the Cottagers fought back well to produce the 2-0 home win to get through to the final. It is that extra scoring power, the extra attacking quality that will have appeal for punters on backing Fulham at Wembley. However just because of the situation and the massive prize that is at stake, it could be a low scoring game.
11 of the last 16 Championship play-off finals have all ended under 2.5 goals, which is a good trend to look for. Each of the last five finals have stayed under the goal-line. Ten of the last 16 finals have had only the one goal or less in them. Fulham will be taking on the second-best defence that the Championship produced this season, and the half time draw will have big appeal because Aston Villa were level at the break in eight of their last 11 games against top six sides. So this is going to boil down to the battle between Fulham’s fantastic attacking, and Aston Villa’s tough defence.
Fulham and Aston Villa traded home wins during the regular season, and both games were won with the victor scoring exactly two goals. There have been two wins for each in the last four meetings which have all been in the Championship, but if you look back just a little bit further, then Fulham have lost just two of their last eight fixtures against the Villains with a W5 D1 L2 in the head-to-head. Fulham have scored at least two goals in four of their last six games against Aston Villa.
There probably isn’t going to be too much to choose between these two on the weekend as they are two very good sides. However, if you’re looking for something to split them, then it could be the powerful attack of Fulham which wins the day. Aston Villa don’t quite have the same degree of punch and creativity going forward as the Cottagers do. Fulham to win.
23rd May 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
The Cottagers have some work to do now in this tie after losing 1-0 at Pride Park on Friday in the first leg of this Championship play-off tie. That was another blow for them after losing on the final day of the season, missing their chance at automatic promotion. Derby have a lead but they will know that they are going to come under some heavy pressure out at Craven Cottage. Can they hang in there? Away goals DO NOT count in the play offs.
Fulham 4/6, Draw 5/2, Derby 9/2* (Betting Odds taken at 10:57 p.m. on May 11th, 2018)
Fulham produced a wonderful season at home during the regular season going W13 D8 L2. Even though they are down in this tie their home form gives them plenty to be confident about still in getting this turned around. Fulham are unbeaten in their last fifteen home games and netted in each game in that sequence. The Cottagers averaged 1.7 goals per home game and only the Champions Wolves produced more league goals than the London club did in the Championship. But what of their confidence? They lost at Birmingham on the final day of the season which saw them miss automatic promotion and then there was their 1-0 loss at Pride Park against Derby on Friday. Fulham did get chances in that first leg and had Derby under big pressure early only. They couldn’t make a breakthrough though and just 35% of Fulham’s home games this season produced more than two goals so under 2.5 goals is at 17/20 odds with bet365* (betting odds taken at 10:38 p.m. on May 11th, 2018). Fulham netted 60% of their goals at home this season after the half time break and they do pose a huge attacking threat through the likes of Ryan Sessegnon and Aleksandar Mitrovic. The Cottagers were on a 24 match scoring streak in league action, a run which was snapped against Derby on Friday. No doubt they have the firepower to snap back.
Derby’s chances in this time were always likely to hang on what they could come up with on home soil in the first leg. Well, they got themselves head with a 1-0 lead and now they have the tough job of defending that lead away from home. But to their credit, they have just come good at the right time going unbeaten in their last four games now (W2 D2). However, they aren’t in great away form though with just the one win in their last nine road games (D5 L3). Of their four away games against the top four finishers during the season, Derby only went D3 L1 so they didn’t get a win at a top club. In the bet365 correct score market the shortest priced option is a Fulham 1-0 at 6/1 odds* (betting odds taken at 10:38 p.m. on May 11th, 2018). Derby’s overall record on the road was W8 D10 L5 for the season and they averaged 1.25 goals per game on their travels. They do have a decent defence and it was really on point in that first leg when it was under immense pressure at both ends of the game. Their 1-0 win on Friday night snapped a six-match sequence of no clean sheets for them. They have just the two clean sheets in their last eight away games though.
Derby have now suffered only the one defeat in their last even games against Fulham now. While Fulham did take a league win at Pride Park, there was a 1-1 draw between them at Craven Cottage during the regular season. Both teams have scored in five of the last six matches now and the last three between them at Craven Cottage have all ended in drawn games. Fulham though are undefeated in their last seven league home games against the Rams.
Fulham have had some setbacks lately however they have a good chance of getting back into this because they are a major attacking force as they have proven time and time again. They have enough to shake themselves off and post a win to get through. Fulham to win to nil.
12th May 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
The Champions Play Off semi final duels begin on Friday night. There is one more place up for grabs in next season’s Premier League and the winner of this tie will face either Middlesbrough or Aston Villa in the Final. Fulham missed a chance to earn automatic promotion on the weekend as they lost their unbeaten streak. Derby improved at the end of the season and they get home advantage in the first leg. The second leg will be held on Monday, May 14th.
Fulham 3/10, Derby 12/5* (Betting Odds taken at 2:23 a.m. on May 8th, 2018)
The Rams secured a 4-1 home win over Barnsley on the final day of the season to guarantee their place in the play offs. They held down sixth place with that and after a three-match losing streak which put their play off chances in jeopardy, they finished W2 D1 with both of those wins at home. The Rams have won three of their last four at Pride Park now (L1) so they do have a bit of home form behind them and they are going to need to make the most of that in this first leg. Across the regular season, Derby went W12 D5 L6 at home averaging 1.8 goals per game and they conceded under a goal per game on average so that was very good. They have scored in each of their last nine games at home and each of their last seven there have produced at least three goals. Over 2.5 goals at bet365 is at even money odds* (Betting Odds taken at 6:33 p.m. on May 8th, 2018) for the first leg of this play off tussle. Derby took a clean sheet in 48% of their homes across the season and they were leading at half time in seven of them. The big concern at the moment for them though is that haven’t earned a clean sheet in any of their last six games home and away combined and Fulham have one of the most prolific attacks around.
So near and yet so far for Fulham. With second-placed Cardiff only drawing on the final weekend, the door was open for Fulham to grab automatic promotion. They were on a 23 match undefeated streak of form and were visiting Birmingham who weren’t clear of relegation. But the Cottagers tanked to a 3-1 loss meaning that they missed their shot at getting up to the Premier League in the automatic places. But they have a second bite of the cherry. The loss at Birmingham last weekend snapped a tremendous five match winning streak that Fulham were on away from home so it was just such a surprising result to see them blow their lines. Overall Fulham went W12 D5 L6 for the season on their travels and they scored an average of 1.7 goals per game. They did only take a clean sheet in 26% of their away games so both teams to score at bet365 is a good option at 8/11 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 6:33 p.m. on May 8th, 2018). Fulham will no doubt be very strong back on home soil at Craven Cottage for the second leg. The Cottagers have scored in each of their last twelve league away games and they scored 64% of their away goals in the second half of matches.
Fulham came out on top from the two league meetings this season. After a 1-1 draw between them at Craven Cottage, Fulham banked a 2-1 win at Pride Park. From the eight previous Championship meetings between them, Derby are W3 D3 L2 so are slightly up. Derby have won three of their last four home games against the cottages. Both teams have scored in each of the last five meetings.
Fulham 3/10, Derby 12/5* (Betting Odds taken at 2:23 a.m. on May 8th, 2018)
This first leg is probably going to be a little cagey. Derby did well to pull themselves together at Pride Park at the end of the season. However, Fulham are still an immensely strong side despite their blip on the final day of the regular season and could will hold out for a draw and take their chances back on home soil.
9th May 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Birmingham have some work to do on the final day of the season. They are only two points from safety and because this is such a tough game they will be hoping teams beneath them misfire. Fulham have to better whatever Cardiff manage in the final round of matches to try and take second place in the table away from the Bluebirds.
Fulham 13/20, Draw 14/5, Birmingham 4/1* (Betting Odds taken at 4:15 a.m. on May 1st, 2018)
The only way that Birmingham guarantees safety is by landing a win in this one. If they lose they could be overtaken by Bolton, Burton and Barnsley, while a draw would not leave them safe if two of the other win their games. So there is some work for the Blues to do, but at least they have home advantage. The bad news is they are facing Fulham. The Blues have actually gone W3 D1 in their last four home games so have improved dramatically and they took down Sheffield United in their last home game. Their defence still looks a bit of a mess though but with their sudden home scoring form, both teams to score at bet365 is at 4/6 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 11:15 p.m. on May 1st, 2018). There are going to be plenty of nerves around. Birmingham have averaged under a goal per game at St Andrew’s, but are on a four-match scoring streak there. Just 32% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals so it’s worth looking under for this one. Seven of their nine home wins this season have all been by just the one-goal margin. Fortunately for them perhaps they also know that Burton and Barnsley, two sides directly beneath them, both have very tough final games too.
Fulham have come this far and now just one more win could get them automatic promotion. They start the game in third place, one point behind Cardiff, so they will need Cardiff not to win their game. If Cardiff loses against Reading (not highly likely) and Fulham draw, the Cottagers would get second. So all Fulham can do is win and just hope. The Cottagers are on a tremendous unbeaten stretch of 23 league games and they are unbeaten in eleven on the road. It’s been stellar stuff from them and they are going to go to the play offs as favourites if that is where they end up. Fulham have averaged 1.7 goals per away game this season and if they net at St Andrew’s on the weekend that would be twelve straight away games that they would have scored in. 64% of their away goals have come in the second half of matches. They are just so good at the moment they aren’t likely to lose this one as they can basically go for broke as it’s either a second or a third-place finish for them regardless. A Fulham 2-1 correct score at bet365 is at 7/1 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 11:15 p.m. on May 1st, 2018).
Fulham were 1-0 winners when the two met in early December at Craven Cottage. Birmingham were on a great run of undefeated form against the London side before that. Actually, in the seven previous Championship matches, Birmingham are W3 D2 L2 against Fulham. Birmingham are W1 D1 L1 in their last three at St Andrew’s against the Cottagers.
The Blues are not likely to have enough to keep a rampant Fulham quiet at St Andrew’s. Fulham are just so strong and powerful and they have nothing to lose in this one and everything to gain. Away win.
3rd May 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting
The Cottagers will be looking to get some pressure on second-placed Cardiff with a win in this Friday night fixture. The race for automatic promotion is still open just about. Fulham will be expected to continue their hot streak against a Sunderland side who found themselves relegated last weekend after a poor home loss against Burton.
Fulham 2/9, Draw 5/1, Sunderland 11/1* (betting odds taken on April 24th, 2018 at 2:16 a.m.)
The Cottagers are doing everything possible to try and wrestle second place away from Cardiff. Fulham are on a remarkable 22 match undefeated streak of form in the Championship and are unbeaten in fourteen at Craven Cottage. Their home record this season in the league stands at W12 D8 L2 and they have been so good there. They have averaged 1.7 goals per game at home and they have conceded at less than a goal per game so Fulham to win to nil at bet365 for 11/10 odds* (betting odds taken on April 24th, 2018 at 2:16 a.m.) would appear to be a pretty reasonable call. 61% of their home goals have been in the second half of matches this season and they have scored at least two goals in all but one of their last eleven home games. In the bet365 correct score market a Fulham 2-0 is at 13/2 odds* (betting odds taken on April 24th, 2018 at 2:16 a.m.). They have to just keep on trucking and hope.
Sunderland are out of hope and out of time as they will be playing in League One next season. That was confirmed with a loss at home against second-from-bottom Burton last weekend. There has been just the one win for Sunderland since the end of January in the league and it has just not been good enough. The Black Cats are W4 D9 L9 for the season away from home and they are winless in their last two on their travels. They haven’t taken a clean sheet in any of their last nine away games this season and their defence has been picked apart time and time again. Sunderland have conceded an average of 1.7 goals per game away from home this season, taking a clean sheet in just 14% of their road games. Both teams not to score with bet365 is at 5/6 odds* (betting odds taken on April 24th, 2018 at 2:16 a.m.) as you would imagine that Sunderland are pretty deflated and they face such a strong team in this one. Only Burton have a worse defensive record than Sunderland have managed to produce this term.
Sunderland picked up a win at the Stadium of Light earlier this season against Fulham, taking out the visitors 1-0. That leaves them actually with a positive record from the recent head to head clashes. Sunderland are W3 D1 L1 in their last five against the Cottagers. Their earlier league clash this season was their first meeting in the league since the 2013/14 Premier League.
Even though head to head form isn’t on their side the Cottagers are in fantastic form and can deliver another blow to the already deflated and defeated Black Cats. Back a home win and the Cottagers are good enough to pick up a clean sheet as well.
24th April 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
This should be a cracker between two sides who have produced some brilliant form down the backstretch of the season. Fulham have already locked in a play off spot, but still, have a chance of claiming second place and automatic promotion so can’t let up. Millwall are in the play off zone but only by a point over Derby who still have a game in hand over them. The Lions still need to keep their epic form going to get over the finish line.
Fulham 23/20, Millwall 11/5, Draw 5/2* (Betting Odds taken at 6:58 p.m. on April 15th, 2018)
The Lions could only manage a draw out at Sheffield United on the weekend, but that was an important game not to lose against a playoff contender. The draw though moved Millwall out to a seventeen match undefeated streak of form in the Championship and they are unbeaten in their last thirteen on home soil. They have scored in each of their last six home games and they have collected a clean sheet in each of their last three there. This is such a pressure game that it is likely to be tight and under 2.5 goals at bet365 is at 21/20 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 8:09 p.m. on April 15th, 2018). Overall home and away Millwall have taken five clean sheets in their last seven league outings, and each of their last four wins have all been by a 2-0 scoreline if you want to ride that trend. Each of their last four games at The Den have ended under the 2.5 goal line and they are going to need to be at their defensive best to handle the powerful Fulham attack. Millwall have conceded an average of just 0.8 goals per home game. Their home form for the season is W11 D7 L3.
Fulham too collected a point on the weekend as they were held at Craven Cottage by Brentford. That snapped a four-match winning streak that they were on and it was costly too as it saw them lose hold of second place to Cardiff. Fulham are one point behind the Bluebirds going into the next round of action but have played a game more. All they can do is win their final three games and hope that the Welsh club slips up. Millwall are 21 games unbeaten at the moment in the league and they are on a ten-match sequence without defeat away from home. They have scored in each of those ten away games and have collected a clean sheet in their last two. Overall home and away, Fulham have scored in each of their last 21 league games. The half time draw at bet365 for 13/10 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 8:09 p.m. on April 15th, 2018) is well worth considering as the Cottagers have been level at the break in more than of their away games. Fulham are stacked with attacking power and have averaged 1.7 goals per away game this season and 60% of their away goals have come in the second half of matches. They are good enough to hold their own but they are facing a Millwall side who are going to be just as hungry for the points.
Fulham came out on top with a 1-0 home win over Millwall earlier this season. Each of the previous three Championship meetings between the two clubs have ended under 1.5 goals. Things are even with one win each (both 1-0 victories) and a 0-0 draw. So goals have been at a premium between these two. The 0-0 draw in that sequence was in their only previous Championship meeting at The Den.
It’s just too hard to call a game like this. Two evenly matched sides playing fantastic stuff at the moment. So we are going to lean on home advantage splitting the two of them and nothing else really. The Lions really need these points.
17th April 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting