Fulham Wolves Odds : Terry Connor working magic at big value
March 3, 2012 · 0 Comments
Fulham will be searching for their third win in succession this weekend when they host relegation threatened Wolves at Craven Cottage on Sunday afternoon, but the value is all with the away side as Ladbrokes make Terry Connor’s side big 5/1 shots.
Martin Jol’s men followed up the home victory against Stoke City with a fine 1-0 win at Queens Park Rangers last time out, meaning they could break into the top-half with victory over Wolves.
The Cottagers can also be encouraged by the form of new striker Pavel Pogrebnyak who has scored two goals in as many games since his January arrival from Vfb Stuttgart in January.
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The Russian striker has added to an impressive Fulham attack including the likes of Clint Dempsey and Damien Duff that secured a fantastic 5-2 victory over Newcastle United back in January. This was one of three victories in their last five games.
Fulham’s home form is encouraging too having lost just one of their last seven league games in front of their own fans. This was against Manchester United too, so there is no doubt that Jol’s team are strong at Craven Cottage right now.
As for Wolves, well they are up against it in their battle for Premier League survival. They may well have picked up a valuable point at Newcastle in Terry Connor’s first game in charge, but they still have a lot to do.
After a long search for Mick McCarthy’s successor, the newly appointed Connor – who was McCarthy’s No.2 – has his team sitting in 16th position as things stand, but they are only a point clear of the bottom three.
This means that every single game is crucial between now and the end of the season, including this weekend’s trip to Fulham. With this in mind, Wolves can be encouraged by their recent away form. They have gone five games without defeat on the road, although four were draws.
Looking at the team news for this weekend, Fulham could name the same team that won at QPR last time out, while Wolves hope to have on-loan defender Sebastian Bassong available.
This one gets underway at 2.05pm on Sunday afternoon.
By Joe Rooney
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