Fulham have failed to win all of their last 6 competitive meetings with Manchester City, losing 4. The Cottagers have also failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 18 league encounters with City.
City’s away form has begun to pick up after a slow start on the road earlier in the season and they’re now unbeaten in their last 4 on the back of the 3-1 win over Leicester on Tuesday night.
What to expect
Fulham’s 4-1 defeat to Everton means they’ve won only 1 in their last 9, losing 8 in the process. René Muelensteen will be without injured duo Hugo Rodallega and Brede Hangeland, while Fernando Amorebieta is a doubt. Regardless of the loss at Goodison Park, the Cottagers will likely remain unchanged from the defeat last weekend.
City will look to move level on points with Arsenal at the summit of the Premier League with the trip to out of form Fulham. The Citizens will be without the services of top scorer Sergio Agüero, while Stevan Jovetic, Matija Nastasic, Micah Richards and Pablo Zabaleta join him on the sidelines. Dedryck Boyata is likely to come in at right-back, while Joe Hart may be reinstated at number 1 after Costel Pantilimon shipped 3 last weekend.
Despite Sergio Agüero’s injury, City are expected to secure the win as they look to move level on points with the Gunners
Fulham 0-2 Manchester City
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