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Fulham are sauntering towards an instant return to the Premier League and their 5-1 hammering of Swansea a week ago was their sixth in seven games. With a trip to Barnsley preceding their meeting with West Brom on Tuesday, it should really become seven from eight.
West Brom, meanwhile, need a serious momentum shift if they are to have any chance of making the play-offs. Before facing Fulham they host Huddersfield, who themselves are in great form, so the next few days will be pivotal to their top-six hopes.
The Baggies will also have to defy a terrible recent record that reads no wins from their last 13 clashes with Fulham, and with the Londoners in scintillating form, it’s hard to see that changing on Tuesday.
Continue reading for our expert football betting tips for the clash.
Marco Silva’s side are clearly a cut above anything else in this division, summed up by the fact they top both the home and away tables.
But their form away from Craven Cottage is the most impressive of the two. Fulham have lost only two away games all season and haven’t tasted defeat on the road since they were beaten at Coventry back in October. Eight wins have followed in the ten games since.
West Brom, on the other hand, are really struggling to get into much of a groove, especially up front, where goals continue to be a big problem. Their scoring form at The Hawthorns is particularly alarming, having bagged in only three of their last six home games, with those matches coming against sides sitting in the bottom five of the table.
And Steve Bruce’s side have lost two of their last three meetings with Fulham and failed to score in both of those defeats. So, with that firmly in mind, we just can’t turn down juicy odds of 3/1 (bet365) – as well as with all of the reliable sports betting sites – for a Fulham win to nil in the West Midlands.
New boss Bruce has been in the job for around a month or so, and the size of his task becomes more apparent by the day. A disastrous run of just four wins from their last 14 games has seen them plummet from the top six into mid-table, and in such a congested race for the play-offs, it’s hard to see where they go from here.
For starters, their home form simply has to improve. Two wins from their last eight at the Hawthorns is far from promotion form, while their goal haul of 37 from 35 games is lower than a handful of sides fighting for survival at the bottom of the table.
The most notable injury absentee for the Baggies is Daryl Dike, with the American facing an extended spell on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
It really is a great time to be a Fulham fan at the minute.
The Cottagers are cruising towards the Premier League big time, with a double-figure lead at the top of the Championship, and with second-placed Bournemouth struggling for consistency, it’s hard to envisage anything other than an emphatic title win for Fulham.
The goals are in free flow, with Aleksandar Mitrovic already on a whopping 38 for club and country, and he’s amply supported by a squad that is supremely talented by second division standards, while their defensive record of just 14 goals conceded in 16 away games suggests they’re the full Championship package.
You get all the luck when you’re doing well, so manager Silva will be delighted that he has no fresh injury concerns for this one.
These two have plenty of history, having met 87 times, with their first taking place more than a century ago in 1907.
West Brom have the upper hand with 36 wins but they’ve only managed one against Fulham in their last 14 attempts.
The Hawthorns is one of the most traditional grounds in British football, having hosted West Bromwich Albion games for more than 120 years.
But the stadium hasn’t provided much in the way of recent home comforts for the Baggies, who have scored just 21 goals in 16 games there this season.
If you presented us with this fixture three of four months ago, we might have had a tough time calling it, but with Fulham heading for the Championship departure lounge and West Brom lingering in mid-table, the three points are surely heading back to London.
One side scores goals, the other doesn’t. And with recent history firmly on Fulham’s side, we can’t see anything other than a convincing away win that will put them one step closer to the Premier League.