Fulham will host Chelsea at Craven Cottage on Thursday in the London derby in a Premier League encounter. Chelsea lost their second consecutive match to Manchester City in all competitions as they shipped in four goals.
The Blues have a real injury crisis to manage, with almost ten first team players either out or a doubt for their match against Fulham. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wasn’t part of the team that lost to City in the FA Cup and remains a doubt.
Raheem Sterling and Christian Pulisic picked up injuries and are doubts ahead of the London derby.
For Fulham, Aleksandar Mitrovic will miss the clash as he is suspended after picking up his fifth yellow card against Leicester City. Carlos Vinicius could start in his place after playing against Hull in the FA Cup.
The Blues are unbeaten in their last 21 matches against Fulham in all competitions.
The visitors have scored at least 2 goals in 6 of their last 7 matches against Fulham in all competitions.
Fulham have won their last three Premier League matches.
Fulham face Chelsea with one side bang in form and the other languishing in mid-table.
Chelsea have beaten Fulham in their last six matches, but that run of wins is under threat, with Fulham the team most likely to snatch a result.
Tip: Fulham win
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