Fulham v Manchester United Match Preview & Best Odds

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Fulham v Manchester United Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 12.30pm UK Time, Saturday 4th November 2023


Manchester United’s crisis appears to be getting worse each week and they will be desperate to put back-to-back 3-0¬†thumpings behind them when they face Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon.

Manchester United’s defence of their EFL Cup came to an abrupt and dismal end when they were crushed by Newcastle United at Old Trafford last night. The panic button was close to being pushed following the 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in their most recent Premier League outing and bosses will be edging ever closer to the red switch after last night’s pummelling by the same scoreline. The Red Devils have suffered defeat in back-to-back games at Old Trafford by at least three goals for the first time in over 60 years and manager Erik ten Hag will be in no doubt that his side’s performances haven’t been anywhere near good enough. As things stand, United sit in eighth position in the Premier League table after ten rounds of fixtures and with five league defeats during this time, it’s no surprise to see Ten Hag priced as second favourite in the Sack Race market.

Weekend opponents Fulham sit in the bottom half of the Premier League table but only three points separate them from the Red Devils ahead of this match. Indeed victory for the Cottagers on Saturday afternoon could send them above Ten Hag’s men in the league table on goal difference. The West London outfit have certainly been a mixed bag this term with their ten Premier League outings returning three wins, three draws and four defeats, two of their victims being newly-promoted Luton Town and Sheffield United.

The Cottagers got the better of Championship side Ipswich Town in the EFL Cup this week but they will be in for a far bigger test when the Red Devils come to town. For all their current woes, Ten Hag’s men can still pose a huge threat and with several well-rested players eager to make a point here, we envisage the visitors getting things back on track with a narrow and hard-fought victory in West London.


Back Man United to win and both teams to score at best odds of 3/1