Fulham vs Everton: Premier League preview

The promoted side have endured a tough return back to the top flight, but improved just before the international break with a first win.

Everton, meanwhile, have lost three on the bounce and appear to be plummeting after a fine start. A game against Fulham, then, could be just what the doctor ordered.

Tottenham vs Manchester City is scheduled for a 5:30pm GMT kick-off on Saturday, November 21, 2020.

The match will be held behind closed doors at Craven Cottage Stadium.

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TV channel: The match will be televised live on BBC One, which is free-to-air in the UK.

Live stream: UK viewers will be able to watch the match online via BBC iPlayer.

Mario Lemina will be assessed ahead of kick-off, otherwise it’s a case of as you were for Fulham and Scott Parker on the injury front. Aboubakar Kamara is suspended.

Richarlison is a doubt after a nasty tackle from Edinson Cavani while on international duty. The fixture may come too soon for Allan.

Prediction: Fulham 0-1 Everton

Fulham have a win under their belt and should have earned a draw at West Ham last time out, making them the form team heading into this fixture despite the hype around Everton’s start.

Still, Carlo Ancelotti has more at his disposal and certainly enough to see off the hosts.


Behind the scenes at Everton’s 2020-21 squad photoshoot

Head to head (h2h) history and results

  • Fulham wins: 20
  • Everton wins: 30
  • Draws: 13
  • Last meeting: Fulham 2-0 Everton, April 13, 2019

Bettings odds and tips (subject to change)

  • Fulham win: 14/5
  • Draw: 11/4
  • Everton win: 20/23

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