Fulham take on Premier League side Southampton at Craven Cottage in the Second Round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday 27th August, kick-off 7:45 pm.
Fulham may as of now be consigned, yet they will be quick to “put down a marker” against Millwall: on Wednesday Championship in the midst of their offer for survival.
who trusts that Cardiff beating the Whites to programmed advancement from the Championship last season will at present be in the brains of the players when they take to the field at Craven Cottage.
Fulham may as of now be down, however they could have a major say on who goes along with them in the Championship,
contingent upon the outcome when the Bluebirds visit west London this end of the week.
Fulham have Cardiff City at Craven Cottage on Saturday, as the Bluebirds search for an imperative three in their battle for Premier League survival.
The Cottagers’ destiny was fixed toward the start of April yet have since won consecutive counterparts out of the blue this season,
which could even now hugy affect the alliance table with the visit of Cardiff this end of the week.
Neil Warnock’s group are entangled in an enchanting fight with Brighton to maintain a strategic distance from the drop to the Championship,
as only three separate the sides with three recreations remaining.
A success over Fulham would put immense weight on the Seagulls, who don’t play until Saturday evening against Newcastle United,
however an annihilation could everything except sentence the Welsh club to transfer.
There has been a little competition developing among Fulham and Cardiff over last two seasons,
because of their differentiating styles and monetary contrasts, which may give Scott Parker’s side some impetus to ruin the Bluebirds’ survival trusts.
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Fulham commander Tom Cairney should come back to the beginning lineup in the wake of missing the triumph over Bournemouth for the introduction of his child last Saturday.
Cardiff’s visit is probably going to come too early for focus back Alfie Mawson,
who has missed the majority of 2019’s installations with knee damage, yet the previous Swansea man could come back to the squad one weekend from now.
Cardiff’s Joe Ralls pulled up with hamstring damage amid last Sunday’s annihilation to Liverpool,
which could manage him out of the Bluebirds’ survival battle.
Neil Warnock has been without Harry Arter for two matches after the midfielder got calf damage against Burnley
and it stays to be seen whether he will return against Fulham, which could hand an uncommon begin to Leandro Bacuna.
Fulham Rico; Odoi, Ream, Le Marchand, Bryan; Anguissa, Cairney; Babel, Seri, Sessegnon; Mitrovic
Barnsley Etheridge; Peltier, Manga, Morrison, Bennett; Gunnarsson, Bacuna, Camarasa; Hoilett, Zohore, Mendez-Laing
TV channel and live stream, and online coverage
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99.
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
You can also follow all the action on Sport2s’s LIVE blog.
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The head to head record is uniformly coordinated with the hosts edging the apparatus 26 wins to 25, yet it’s Cardiff who truly show signs of improvement of Fulham in the top flight.
The clubs have met multiple times in the Premier League, with the Bluebirds taking nine from nine.
This present season’s invert installation was an objective fest at the Cardiff City Stadium, as the hosts ran out 4-2 victors in October.
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