How to follow Fulham v West Ham

The Hammers face a third London derby on Sunday as we travel to Craven Cottage for a clash with 12th placed Fulham  – a match which unfortunately is not on TV but here are details of how to follow the game.

Fulham v West Ham…How to follow

Former Hammer Issa Diop won’t be lining up against us as a foot injury has seen him side lined over recent weeks and he is not expected to be back in action this weekend.

Forward Rodrigo Muniz is nearing a return for Fulham after a knee injury while boss Marco Silva will be hoping Adama Traoré has recovered from a thigh problem in time.

The simplest way to reach Craven Cottage is by using public transport.

The nearest London Underground station is Putney Bridge on the District line, which is a 15 minute walk along Ranelagh Gardens and the Thames Path through Bishops Park and into Stevenage Road, from where you can access the Putney End. Fulham Broadway and Parsons Green are also on the District line, but are both around a half-an-hour’s walk to Craven Cottage.

 

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