A preview of our visit to FulhamAfter back to back home wins in the Championship, we’re back on the road again this weekend – and it’s just a short trip down the M4 to Fulham.
Few will need reminding of what happened last year when we visited the Cottage… a two-goal lead was turned on its head within a matter of minutes.
Not that that’s put anyone off. Our fans are certainly up for it – over 3,000 are making the journey to West London.
And for Jaap Stam’s side, it’s a chance to keep up a winning run – we’ve taken maximum points from the past five games… can we make it half a dozen?
Advance tickets are available for this game until midday on Friday. Tickets will also be available to buy at Craven Cottage, though these will be more expensive and within the mixed home/away supporters’ stand in the Putney End.
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Hosts Fulham are odds on at 10/11 to take the three points according to Sky Bet, title Partners of EFL, while Reading are 14/5 for the victory and a draw is valued at 5/2.
Garath McCleary is our current top scorer and has four goals in his last four games… he’s priced 9/4 to bag another this weekend, while Dominic Samuel is 5/2 to net another after getting one on his full debut last week.
Oliver Langford, Saturday’s referee, was in charge when we visited West London earlier this season… it was a night to forget in Brentford though as the Royals were on the end of a 4-1 defeat. The Midlands-based official also took charge of a Checkatrade Trophy meeting in Portsmouth as our youngsters took a bonus point after a 2-2 draw.
Dan Cook and Steven Meredith will run the lines as Mr Langford’s assistants, while Tim Robinson will man the technical area as fourth official.
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