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Everything you need to know: Fulham v Irons

West Ham’s clash with Fulham this weekend is a big one at both ends of the table.

David Moyes’ side could move into the top four with a win and will stay there if Liverpool lose to Manchester City.

The Cottagers, by comparison, are 18th, eight points off safety, and they need to start picking up wins soon.

Here’s everything you need to know!

Title

Fulham v West Ham – Premier League.

Where?

The game will take place at Craven Cottage.

KO

The game will kick off at 17:30 in the UK.

Stream/TV

The game will air on Sky Sports and Now TV in the UK.

NBCSN and Peacock in the US.

Canada: DAZN.

Australia: Optus Sport.

China: QQ Sports Live / PPTV Sports China.

Mexico: Sky HD.

UAE: Bein Sports HD1 & HD2.

Injury news – West Ham

Arthur Masuaku will be absent from the squad as he continues his injury recovery.

Darren Randolph is also set to be out due to a knock. Mark Noble is also a doubt because of a personal family situation

Injury news – Fulham

Tom Cairney and Terence Kongolo are out.

Last 5 meetings

The Hammers have a good record against Fulham.

The last five meetings have ended with four wins for the Irons and just the one loss and that came in 2014.

Referee

Mike Dean will be the man in the middle.

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

One comment on “Everything you need to know: Fulham v Irons

  1. I would like Fulham to stay up this season, simply due to the fact that Scotty boy is manager and he always put in a performance for us, whenever he played. Saying that however, I want us to get a few in the net today and keep a clean sheet – Hammers will always come first of course. Once we’ve done them over, I wish them the very best in staying in the EPL. I must add that Nobes has been behaving like the true professonal he is. He’s clearly seen what the future holds and has stepped aside in terms of starting games. He is, without doubt, the ultimate professional and he can certainly hold his head up high. On the other hand, when I hear crap coming out of the likes of Wilshere and other failed has-beens, I often wonder if they ever read back their quotes or whether they’re so self absorbed that nothing gets in the way of their dillusional world. I wouldn’t be surprised if Wilshere put King off any move to us as he is definitely the type of person to hold a grudge. Not that it matters as Lingard was an astute loan, although he needs to keep that performance up for the remaining games this season. Thankfully we never have to see Jacko on our team sheets again – ever! DM has also played the whole Jan transfer set-up very well. We have an attacking spine to the team, whilst the defence has been improved signiificantly. Proud to be a hammer and as I currently live in Bournemouth, here’s hoping I never have to bump into Jack (I’m not a smack head – I just look like one) Wilshere – most overated player ever! 🙂

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