Manchester United bounced back from their league loss to Aston Villa by recording a win on Thursday.
Erik ten Hag will be desperate to go into the World Cup break with a positive result, as United could be seventh by the time this match kicks off.
Fulham are considerably weakened with Aleksandar Mitrovic joining Neeskens Kebano and Manor Solomon on the injury list. Kenny Tete and Harrison Reed are suspended.
Diogo Dalot is unavailable for United, while there are doubts about the availability of Antony and Jadon Sancho.
Both Teams To Score: Yes
Both teams have scored in five of Fulham’s seven home fixtures this season. It has also landed in three of United’s last four in domestic action, with the defence conceding five goals over two matches against Aston Villa in the last week.
The Red Devils’ chances of a clean sheet are obviously enhanced with Mitrovic out, but Fulham will still commit men forward when given the opportunity and Carlos Vinicius is a more than able deputy for the Serbian.
Anytime Goalscorer: Marcus Rashford
Marcus Rashford has scored three goals in his last four starts, and has amassed the 18th-highest expected goals tally in the Premier League this season.
While that doesn’t sound spectacular, United’s attack ranks poorly by expected metrics, and it is Rashford who is often on the end of their best chances.
After playing Manchester City last weekend, Fulham have the worst expected goals against mark in the Premier League.
Rashford will get chances here, and after being named in the England World Cup squad, he is a good bet to continue his strong goal scoring form.
Most Corners: Fulham
Fulham have had more corners than their opponent in their last two home matches, and average 4.8 in their favour per match.
United have curiously not earned many corners this season, averaging just 4.1.
Ten Hag’s side will likely dominate possession, and the stronger team generally has more corners. Still, the season-long statistics indicate there is some value here.
All odds are subject to change