The Premier League is back once again this weekend as we prepare to enter the month of November. We’re really getting into the swing of things this season with clubs up and down the table already gearing up for what is bound to be a hectic end to the year. Today, we’ll be taking a look at what should be an entertaining clash between Fulham and Manchester United.Fulham Form Guide
Fulham Football Club no longer wants to be identified as a yo-yo team and after managing to stay up last season, they’re doing well to get rid of that title. Of course, we all know about the stress of second season syndrome, and the Cottagers will want to avoid a relegation scrap by any means necessary. The good news is that, based on early evidence, that isn’t what the future holds for them.
Following on from a disappointing loss to Tottenham, Fulham bounced back by earning a nice 1-1 draw away at Brighton last weekend. Then, in the League Cup, they looked in control from start to finish as they defeated Ipswich to reach the quarter-finals.Manchester United Form Guide
Manchester United supporters probably felt as if their League Cup win last season was a sign that times were changing for the better - but it seems as if there are more than a few hurdles they still have to overcome. The fans aren’t happy with the owners, there are numerous scandals off the pitch, and Erik ten Hag has more pressure on his shoulders than ever before.
United did well to string together three straight wins over Brentford, Sheffield United and Copenhagen, but in the last week or so, the wheels have fallen off. They played host to Manchester City and Newcastle, losing both games by a convincing 3-0 scoreline.Match Prediction
This game really could go in a million and one different directions which, in itself, is enough to leave us feeling pretty intrigued. Fulham will feel like they have nothing to lose but if the visitors treat this like a cup final, which we believe they will, this is going to end up in a Manchester United win.