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Thread: Prediction League - Fulham

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    Prediction League - Fulham

    Wolves are having one of the strangest, yet enjoyable seasons. Draw Luton and lose to Ipswich, beat Man City. Lose to Sheffield United, beat Tottenham. Most fun with Wolves since the Europa League run. Now there's an international break and when the players return, it'll be back to back trips to London against Fulham and then Arsenal. Wolves have conceded the 7th most goals in the Prem this season. Not as stingy as past seasons, but we're also scoring more. We are in the middle of the pack in terms of goals for.

    Fulham's three wins this season are against Everton, Luton and Sheffield United. Against everyone else, they are 0-3-6. They're winless in their last four Prem matches and have only scored two goals in that time frame (one by Jimenez in the 3-1 loss at Arsenal). They have two players with 2 goals and then five with 1. They've conceded as many goals as we have, so not the most defensively sound. I think this is match that Wolves could win, but I'm always happy with a draw away.

    Fulham 1-1 Wolves

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    Fulham 1-2 Wolves

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    Fulham 2 - Wolves 3 (Cunha)

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    Fulham 0-1 Wovles (Dawson) UTW

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    Monday evening TV, looking forward to it after the two dire England games.
    Fulham 0 Wolves 2 Gomez.

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    fulham 2 wolves 0

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    Fulham 1-2 Wolves (Ait nouri)

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    We didn't play as well as we can, and has been said in the O'Neil thread, VAR again played it's part in our defeat. More damaging than the possible point or three, is the loss of Lemina and Gomes for the Arsenal game. Dawson should be back although Santiago Bueno acquitted himself well in his first League start.

    It will be interesting to see our line up on Saturday.

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    goals/highlights vid..

    not one for blaming refs/technology...if your team is good enough they will beat the opposition.

    wolves were not good enough to overcome fulham. well done to wulfies for coming back twice
    but at the end of the day fulham were the better side ( my opinion anyroad )

    used to have a lot of time for doherty and fully understood spurs buying him..but last night he was
    poor..maybe his journeyman days have caught up with him

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    George, it's best we lose Lemina and Gomez against Arsenal rather than against Burnley or Forest. I don't expect us to get anything from Arsenal, whether they played or not. However, they are crucial to the way we play by breaking up attacks and moving us forward so they're more important to be available for the following two games!

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