Fulham v Watford Live Stream, Team News, Match odds from Craven Cottage

The latest Fulham v Watford odds, plus live streaming, team news and betting from tonight’s game at Craven Cottage.

Watford travel to Fulham on Friday night looking to rediscover the form that saw briefly lead the standings in the Championship in October.

The Hornets have slipped to 7th in recent weeks having lost four consecutive games, all by a single goal. Since a 3-1 win over Millwall on the first of November the club have lost to Birmingham, Ipswich, Derby and Cardiff.

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Despite their recent poor form the club are just six points off leaders Derby and two points off sixth place Blackburn.

Watford’s Adlene Guedioura –

It’s a huge game for us, we haven’t won in these last few games. If we win, it will be a huge boost for us. We’ve prepared for the game really well this week.

It’s going to be an exciting game. Fulham are a good team, with good players. They have experience in the Premier League, and maybe have been low in confidence since they were relegated. They’re starting to come back now.

Fulham for their part won’t be the easy target they were earlier in the season.

After picking 1 point from their opening 8 games, the Cottagers, under the guidance of Kit Symons have picked up 21 from their 11.

The Londoners have lost just one of their 8 games and currently sit 16th in the table, just 9 points off the playoff places, which given the competitive nature of the division should ensure that they can move into the mix with a continued good run of form.

Key to their success has been the form of Hugo Rodallega. The Colombian has scored 8 goals this season, double the tally of summer signing Ross McCormack.

The former Leeds star initially struggled to make an impact but has started to justify his multi-million price tag in recent weeks. In addition to his four goals the forward has also contributed 7 assists.

Given their contrasting form of late not to mention the recent history, Fulham have won three and drawn three of the last six, all the signs point to a home win.

Craven Cottage has been key to the club’s revival with the club losing just one of their last 7 games at home while they have yet to concede in last three home ties with Watford.

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