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Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« on: September 13, 2017, 07:14:50 AM »
 
Results

Tuesday
Aston Villa
0 - 0 Middlesborough
Leeds
2 - 0 Birmingham
Norwich
0 - 0 Burton
Preston NE
3 - 0 Cardiff
QPR
2 - 2 Millwall
Sheff Wed
2 - 1 Brentford
Sunderland
0 - 1 Nottm Forest
Wolves
3 - 3 Bristol
Bolton
0 - 1 Sheff Utd

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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2017, 07:16:58 AM »
 
Everton coach reacts to Dennis Adeniran's under-23 debut after Fulham transfer

Everton new boy featured in the weekend win.

Everton had a surprisingly quiet transfer deadline day given their need for a striker, but did manage to make one low key addition.

The Toffees swooped on Fulham's academy to sign midfield talent Dennis Adeniran, just 18-years-old.

Adeniran made his under-23 team debut for Everton at the weekend, featuring at Goodison Park as his side saw off a talented Tottenham team, winning 4-1.

It is just the start for Adeniran, but Everton's coaching staff are encouraged.

John Ebbrell, assistant coach, told Everton's official website: "Dennis is coming back from an injury so we knew it was going to be about building his fitness. But it was great to get 45 minutes under his belt.

"He will look the part for us and he is already a great member of the group. I was pleased to see him involved and I am sure he will do great for us in the future."

Everton's under-23 squad won the title last season and breaking into the team won't be simple for Adeniran.

He is a raw talent similar to Bass Sambou and David Henen, who both hope to one day step up to the first team.

Adeniran is an England under-18 international and his profile will only rise with the move to Everton.




http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2017/09/11/everton-coach-reacts-to-dennis-adenirans-under-23-debut-after-fu/

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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2017, 07:18:35 AM »
 
Officials - Fulham v Hull (13/9/17)


The Football League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game between Fulham and Hull City this Wednesday.

Hull City travel to Fulham on Wednesday September 13 for the game at Craven Cottage and the match carries a 7.45pm kick off.

Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistant Refs: Ian Cooper and Robert Hyde
Fourth Official: Keith Stroud

Match Day referee Robinson has officiated eight games in 2017/18, showing 25 yellow cards and six red cards already.

He took in 44 games in 2016/17 with a return of 185 yellow cards and nine red cards.

That year his highest card count was ten yellows in the game between Portsmouth and Wycombe Wanderers. He also showed nine yellows in the game between Leyton Orient and Exeter City.

He took charge of 43 games in 2015/16 and in those games, across all competitions and football divisions, he handed out a total of 149 yellow cards and nine red cards.

He was most card happy in the match between Yeovil and Carlisle in the FA Cup on January 19 where he showed a remarkable nine yellow cards and two reds.

Robinson was appointed to the EFL Referees List for the start of the 2012/13 season, taking charge of his first game between Southend United and Accrington Stanley. He was the fourth official at Wembley for the League Two Play-Off Final between AFC Wimbledon and Plymouth Argyle in May 2016. As part of the development programme, he represented the PGMOL at the Dallas Cup 2012 and at the Nike Cup in China in 2012.

Source - EFL.

Let`s hope it`s not another repeat and more of the players edge closer to automatic bans



Read more: http://www.hull.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=504366#ixzz4sXMWXkvk


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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2017, 07:20:34 AM »
 
If Fulham do this, they will surely be dead certs for the top-six

Despite only losing just once in their opening six games, Fulham sit firmly in mid-table.

Such an impressive record is a sign of promotion form, but where Slavisa Jokanovic’s side or not losing, they are also failing to win.

An incredible four draws from their opening six has stifled the West Londoners’ progress, and Jokanovic must find a recipe for victory if his side are to stop dropping points.

There is only so much Jokanovic can do by tinkering his formation, but the goals must begin to come from his front men, including Aboubakar Kamara.

The new signing has struggled since joining from the French second tier this summer, and the 22-year-old was supposed to be the answer to his boss’ striking headache, with Chris Martin having returned to Derby following a season-long loan.

Last semester, Fulham were the league’s top scorers, scoring goal after goal in an incredible post-Christmas run which saw the club sneak into the top-six ahead of Leeds United.

Goals were distributed throughout the team, but so far, they have seemingly dried up.

Midfield pair Tom Cairney and Stefan Johansen hit double figures last year, but have struggled so far, and the departure of Sone Aluko to Reading has cut another source of goals from the side.

Lucas Piazon’s early season-ending injury will also have come as a blow, but the manager cannot make excuses.

The talent is in this squad, and results will surely come, but work must be done in the forward positions if Fulham are to be considered viable promotion candidates this year.

Kamara must rediscover the form he showed at Amiens last year, where he scored 15 goals in the league, and his adaption to the English game is growing stronger with every passing game.

Fulham are proving hard to break down at the back, and once the goals begin to flow at Craven Cottage once more, Fulham will look dangerous once again.



https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/if-fulham-do-this-they-will-surely-be-dead-certs-for-the-top-six/

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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2017, 07:25:11 AM »
 
Sky Sports wins live EFL rights until 2024 with more matches than ever
For first time, Sky able to broadcast 80 Sky Bet Championship midweek games across interactive and digital platforms

Sky Sports has strengthened its position as the home of football with a new deal to show live coverage of the EFL until 2024, offering Sky customers more matches and more ways to watch than ever before.

The new agreement means that from the start of the 2019/20 season, Sky Sports Football will show up to 183 matches exclusively live each year in the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One, Sky Bet League Two, Carabao Cup and Checkatrade Trophy - a 26 per cent increase in the number of games on our current deal.

For the first time, Sky Sports will be able to broadcast 80 Sky Bet Championship midweek matches across interactive and digital platforms, taking the total number of potential matches available to Sky Sports customers and EFL fans to over 260, from the current 145 games. The additional midweek games will also be available across the EFL iFollow streaming service.


There will be 15 live matches per season from the Carabao Cup, including both semi-finals and the Wembley final

The agreement includes:

    More matches, up to 183 exclusive live games per season
    Further 80 midweek Sky Bet Championship games across interactive and digital platforms
    15 live matches from the Carabao Cup, including both semi-finals and the Wembley final
    Rights to offer live coverage across a range of Sky platforms, including online and on mobile

Barney Francis, Sky Sports managing director, said: "This is great news for EFL fans and our viewers, with more live games than ever before and more opportunities for fans to watch their teams live. With a new dedicated football channel, newly enhanced digital platforms, adding more games means Sky Sports is getting even better for football fans.

"Securing the EFL strengthens the Sky Sports service even further with the rights that matter most to our customers. This follows similar enhanced deals with Sky Sports becoming the exclusive home of F1 from 2019 for five years, and the only place to see England home cricket and the new domestic T20 competition live through to 2024.


Sky Sports Football will show up to 183 matches exclusively live each year

"Viewing of live EFL games grew by 12 per cent year-on-year last season, and is up a further seven per cent so far this season. Fans value our live EFL coverage and we are delighted to be able to offer even more in the coming years."

EFL chief executive, Shaun Harvey, added: "Sky Sports has for many years been a hugely important and valued partner of the EFL and we are delighted to extend our relationship by a further five years. I would like to thank all those who submitted bids and we now look forward to working with the Sky Sports team as they cement their position as the broadcast home of live EFL matches.

"In agreeing a deal over five seasons, it delivers a guaranteed increase in the level of income distributed to EFL clubs from 2019/20 and long-term financial certainty was an absolute priority throughout this process. It is a partnership that as well as having mutual tangible benefits, allows the EFL to maximise reach and exposure for its competitions, alongside providing further opportunities for clubs to generate additional incremental revenues through iFollow."

Together with up to 183 live matches on Sky Sports Football, Sky Sports will continue to offer in depth coverage of the EFL across a range of platforms, including the Sky Sports App with enhanced live player, skysports.com and Sky Sports News.

With two dedicated channels, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports offers an unrivalled schedule of live football, with over 1,000 live matches every season. The two channels are part of a new look Sky Sports that also includes Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Golf and Sky Sports F1.

Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Arena also offer rugby union, rugby league, boxing, netball, darts, WWE, NFL, GAA and more. Sky Sports Main Event hosts the biggest sporting events in one place, Sky Sports News and Sky Sports Mix are available for free to all Sky TV homes.

For the first time, customers have the flexibility to subscribe to individual channel packages. Or they choose to get it all, with an unrivalled schedule of sport across 10 channels.



http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/11031607/sky-sports-wins-live-efl-rights-until-2024-with-more-matches-than-ever

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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2017, 07:26:20 AM »
 
New Deal For de la Torre

The Club is delighted to announce that Luca de la Torre has signed a contract extension, tying him to Fulham until the summer of 2020.

de la Torre progressed through the Academy age groups before making his First Team debut in the League Cup victory over Leyton Orient in August 2016.

He went on to make three appearances for the senior side in 2016/17.

“It’s a great feeling,” Luca told fulhamfc.com. “I’ve been at this Club for a few years now and it definitely feels like home for me.

“There are a lot of opportunities for me this year to play well for both Fulham and the USA, and I’m looking forward to grabbing the opportunity with both hands.

“I was a bit unlucky at the beginning of the season, I was injured during pre-season and I’ve been out since but now I’m back in training so hopefully it’s onwards and upwards from here.”



http://www.fulhamfc.com/news/2017/september/12/new-deal-for-de-la-torre


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« Reply #6 on: September 13, 2017, 07:28:10 AM »
 
Fulham youngster says he 'feels at home' after signing contract extension

De La Torre's contract extension sees his current deal extended until the summer of 2020.

Fulham midfielder Luca De La Torre has signed a new contract with the club.

The youngster's extension sees his current deal extended until the summer of 2020.

Speaking to the club's official website, De La Torre said: "It’s a great feeling. I’ve been at this club for a few years now and it definitely feels like home for me.

“There are a lot of opportunities for me this year to play well for both Fulham and the USA, and I’m looking forward to grabbing the opportunity with both hands.

“I was a bit unlucky at the beginning of the season, I was injured during pre-season and I’ve been out since but now I’m back in training so hopefully it’s onwards and upwards from here.”

The 19-year-old came through the academy at the club before making his debut in the League Cup victory over Leyton Orient in August 2016.

He went on to make three appearances for the senior side last season.



http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/fulham-youngster-says-feels-home-13606993

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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #7 on: September 13, 2017, 07:30:13 AM »
 
Team News: Campbell Added To Squad

The Tigers have Fraizer Campbell available again ahead of Wednesday night's away game against Fulham.

Campbell has missed the last two league games with a groin problem but returns to boost Head Coach Leonid Slutsky's attacking options for the trip to Craven Cottage.

Ondrej Mazuch (knee) and Evandro (hamstring) are close to a return but not ready to feature against Fulham, while there are no fresh injury concerns in the wake of the defeat at Derby last Friday.

Abel Hernandez, Kevin Stewart, Will Keane, Moses Odubajo and Ryan Mason remain on the injury list.

Fulham will be without midfielder Lucas Piazon and defender Rafa Soares, while Tom Cairney, Rui Fonte, Neeskens Kebano and Sheyi Ojo all missed the weekend draw with Cardiff City. Deadline day signing Jordan Graham will be hoping to make his debut after being an unused substitute on Saturday.

 

Tickets for the game will be available at the Craven Cottage turnstiles priced £30 adults, £25 concessions (seniors aged 65+ and young adults aged 18-21) and £20 under 18s.




https://www.hullcitytigers.com/news/articles/2017/201718-fulham-a-team-news/

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« Reply #8 on: September 13, 2017, 07:33:38 AM »
 
Five reasons to be optimistic ahead of Hull City's trip to Fulham

Hull City fans need some positivity after the Derby County demolition on Friday night

Hull City fans need some positivity after being on the wrong end of a 5-0 thumping against Derby County on Friday night

With that in mind here's five reasons to have hope ahead of Fulham on Wednesday.

City have a good record against Fulham
Until a 4-1 defeat in the FA Cup in January, City could be seen as the Cottagers bogey team, in fact in the league they still are.

In the last five league meetings between the two sides, the Tigers have won four, with a 2-2 sandwiched in between, as fans would have to look back to October 2009 in order to fins a league defeat to Fulham.

This is not a new phenomenon. In the 18 league meetings since 1981, City have lost just three, won eight and drawn seven.

Manucho’s goal in March 2009 immediately springs to mind when City fans think of Craven Cottage and they will be hoping the famous old ground will be kind to Leonid Slutsky’s side again this week.

City trio to return
Before the visit to Derby County Leonid Slutsky confirmed in his pre-match press conference that Fraizer Campbell, Ondrej Mazuch and Evandro were all fighting to be fit in time to play.

As it was, neither of them were risked at Pride Park but we could see them in action at Craven Cottage.

All of a sudden Leonid Slutsky has a squad to pick from and having all three back will give the Tigers a much-needed boost.

Tom Cairney is injured
He’s someone Hull City fans are more than familiar with and after his form in recent seasons they will be pleased to know Tom Cairney looks set to sit out.

The midfielder is struggling to recover from a knee injury that ruled him out of Scotland’s World Cup qualifying games earlier this month.


Fulham's Tom Cairney (Image: Getty)

Cairney was named the club’s Player of the Season, EFL Player of the Year and was included in the EFL Championship Team of the Year last campaign. He will be missed this season.

Goal-shy Fulham
City are the league’s joint-top scorers as it stands with twelve goals this season so far, level with Leeds United who battered Burton Albion 5-0 at the weekend.

They travel to Fulham who have scored just five goals this season. It is of course still early days in the Championship, but already Fulham are showing the signs of a team who struggle to make the most of their chances.

Should City nick a goal early on, the Cottagers may struggle to find their way back into the game.

It can only get better
Let’s be honest, a 5-0 thumping at the hands of Derby on Friday night was the lowest of the low.

It was Hull City’s heaviest defeat outside the Premier League since 1996, Leonid Slutsky’s heaviest ever defeat as a manager and hopefully it was a very stern lesson to this young Tigers team.

City now have a point to prove and as such they will be eager to set the record straight against a decent Fulham side.



http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/five-reasons-optimistic-ahead-hull-460063


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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #9 on: September 13, 2017, 07:35:03 AM »
 
Fraizer Campbell set to return for Hull City's trip to Fulham

City's striker ready to celebrate his 30th birthday in style at Craven Cottage

Fraizer Campbell has been cleared to make his comeback from injury when Hull City travel to Fulham tomorrow night, handing head coach Leonid Slutsky a timely boost.

The striker has not featured for the Tigers since suffering a groin injury in the 2-1 loss to QPR on August 19. The setback ruled Campbell out of the games against Bolton and Derby but a return to full training ensures he will be back in contention at Craven Cottage.

Campbell, who celebrates his 30th birthday tomorrow, will add competition to City’s attacking line along with Nouha Dicko and Adama Diomande.

Ondrej Mazuch (knee) and Evandro (hamstring) are still not ready to make their own comebacks but could yet be ready to face Sunderland this weekend if they can prove their fitness in the next 72 hours.

City are still without Kevin Stewart, who remains out until next month with a ankle injury, along with long-term absentees Abel Hernandez, Will Keane, Moses Odubajo and Ryan Mason.

The Tigers will be aiming to bounce back from Friday’s 5-0 loss at Derby County, a result that leaves them 14th in the Championship.



http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/fraizer-campbell-set-return-hull-463708

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« Reply #10 on: September 13, 2017, 07:37:18 AM »
 
Tom Cairney continues to be troubled by knee and misses Fulham's game with Hull

Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney will miss out on a Sky Bet Championship reunion with former club Hull.

Cairney missed Saturday's 1-1 draw with Cardiff and continues to be troubled by a knee injury that ruled him out of Scotland's World Cup qualifiers against Lithuania and Malta earlier this month.

Loan signing Sheyi Ojo will also be absent with a swollen ankle suffered on international duty with England Under-21s, while Rafa Soares has yet to start training with the group as he also battles an ankle problem.

However, Rui Fonte and Neeskens Kebano are expected to return and bolster manager Slavisa Jokanovic's attacking options.

Hull boss Leonid Slutsky is expected to make changes after their 5-0 thrashing at Derby last Friday.

Fraizer Campbell returns to the squad after missing the last two league games with a groin problem.

Australian midfielder Jackson Irvine could make his first start for the Tigers after arriving from Burton at the end of the transfer window, while David Meyler and Adama Diomande are also in contention.

Ondrej Mazuch (knee) and Evandro (hamstring) are close to full fitness again but will not travel to Craven Cottage.



https://www.clubcall.com/hull-city/tom-cairney-continues-to-be-troubled-by-knee-and-misses-fulh-1862574.html

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« Reply #11 on: September 13, 2017, 07:38:39 AM »
 
Irvine Confident Tigers Can Bounce Back

Jackson Irvine is confident that the Tigers can produce a positive response and bounce back when they face Fulham at Craven Cottage on Wednesday night.

Five days on from a horrible 5-0 defeat against Derby County, Leonid Slutsky's side will be looking to show their character and Irvine has picked up on some positive signs in recent days.

"The reaction has been positive and I think that started in the second half at Derby," said Irvine.

"It would have been easy to go into our shell and crumble again in the second half but we didn't and we at least showed some fight and created some chances.

"The first training session after that showed that we were all going to put that night behind us and focus on moving forward. We need to have learnt from the mistakes that we made against Derby and focus on the next few games.

"We've done a lot of tactical work in the last few days to get ready for Wednesday night. Fulham are a very good side and it will be tough for us going away from home again but it's a great opportunity for us to bounce back.

"It will be a tough night. I think Fulham are a side with a lot of pace and flair going forward. They've made a few changes since last season but remain a very good side technically.

"We'll be aware of all of that but we'll also be focussing on our own game plan which we want to get us over the line."

The trip to Craven Cottage continues what has been a hectic period for Irvine. Signed in the final few days of the transfer window, the midfielder was 'Down Under' a week ago as part of the Australia squad that secured a World Cup qualifying victory over Thailand.

His return to the UK brought a brief introduction to his new Tigers team-mates before a debut came from the bench against Derby. He is now settling into his new surroundings and hoping a first start in black and amber isn't too far away.

"That's the aim but it will be a difficult task to get into the side because we have a lot of very technically gifted players in the midfield area," continued Irvine.

"I may have to be patient and wait for my opportunity but hopefully the Head Coach sees me as playing a major part this season.

"It's been nice to have three or four days around the training ground now getting to know the boys and seeing how things work day-to-day around here.

"Football is all about adapting and settling as quickly as possible, and the players and staff here are helping me to do that."



https://www.hullcitytigers.com/news/articles/2017/201718-irvine-fulham-a-preview/


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« Reply #12 on: September 13, 2017, 07:40:04 AM »
 
Bobby Zamora: 'Roy Hodgson's training sessions were boring... but he'll stabilise Crystal Palace'

Bobby Zamora is backing Roy Hodgson to turn Crystal Palace's season around - even if training sessions under the former England boss were 'boring'.

Hodgson is expected to be announced as the new Eagles boss imminently after Frank de Boer was sacked just four games into the season.

Zamora played under Hodgson at Fulham for two years between 2008 and 2010 and is believes his former boss is just the man to improve results at Selhurst Park.

He told Andrew McKenna and Matt Scott on talkSPORT 2: "Session wise at times I would say players would call it quite boring and at that time you think 'what is going on here? We've done this session a thousand times'.

"It's only now I look back at my time with Roy at Fulham and you realise what he was doing. I've said it a few times, I think there were times where I could have played in any position on the park because it's so regimented.

"You've done the practice so many times you know where your options are so you could almost play in any position."

He added: "You can't produce what every fan wants to see, which is total football and flair and goals, which aren't easy to come by.

"Roy will bring stability and if you say to Palace fans 'you’ll stay in the Premier League with Roy Hodgson', I think they'd snap your hand off."



Read more at https://talksport.com/football/bobby-zamora-roy-hodgsons-training-sessions-were-boring-hell-stabilise-crystal-palace#es3IRMcm1sqVWS1U.99

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« Reply #13 on: September 13, 2017, 07:41:23 AM »
 
American teen Luca de la Torre signs new deal at Fulham

Luca de la Torre has extended his stay at Fulham.

The American teenager has come up through the youth academy at Fulham and made three appearances in midfield for Slavisa Jokanovic’s first team last season.

On Tuesday the Cottagers announced San Diego native de la Torre has signed an extension which keeps him at Fulham until 2020.

Speaking to the club website, the U.S. national team youth is now hoping to kick on after recovering from an injury in preseason.

“It’s a great feeling. I’ve been at this Club for a few years now and it definitely feels like home for me. There are a lot of opportunities for me this year to play well for both Fulham and the USA, and I’m looking forward to grabbing the opportunity with both hands,” de la Torre said. “I was a bit unlucky at the beginning of the season, I was injured during pre-season and I’ve been out since but now I’m back in training so hopefully it’s onwards and upwards from here.”

Along with USMNT defender Tim Ream, de la Torre is keeping the American dream alive at Fulham.

The heyday of Clint Dempsey, Carlos Bocanegra and Brian McBride ripping it up at Craven Cottage seems like a long time ago, but de la Torre is hoping he can break into the first team after watching fellow USMNT youngster Emerson Hydnman do the same in recent years before his move to Bournemouth.

A U.S. U-20 international, de la Torre grew up playing alongside Christian Pulisic in the youth national teams.



http://soccer.nbcsports.com/2017/09/12/american-teen-luca-de-la-torre-signs-new-deal-at-fulham/

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Re: Wednesday Fulham Stuff (13/09/17)...
« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2017, 07:42:41 AM »
 
Hull City In Focus

Have a read of the key matchday details as Fulham prepare to welcome Hull City to Craven Cottage on Wednesday evening.
Possible opposition absentees


Ondrej Mazuch – knee injury

Evandro – hamstring injury

Abel Hernandez – Achilles injury

Kevin Stewart – ankle injury

Ryan Mason – head injury

Moses Odubajo – knee injury

Will Keane – knee injury
Tickets

Advance tickets are priced from just £25 for adults and £15 for juniors, while Season Ticket Holders can purchase two additional tickets in any part of the ground for just £10 total!
Weather

It is expected to remain dry in Fulham throughout Wednesday, with temperatures at around the 14 degree mark at kick-off.
He said...

“It will be a tough night. I think Fulham are a side with a lot of pace and flair going forward. They've made a few changes since last season but remain a very good side technically.” – Jackson Irvine, Hull midfielder.
Live stream

Overseas subscribers to fulhamfctv will be able to watch a live stream of this game. Follow this link for all available packages, and head to www.fulhamfc.com/live from 7.30pm (BST) on Wednesday to view.
Grosvenor Casinos match odds

Fulham: 10/13

Draw: 27/10

Hull: 10/3
Previous five results

Derby County 5-0 Hull City (Sky Bet Championship)

Hull City 4-0 Bolton Wanderers (Sky Bet Championship)

Doncaster Rovers 2-0 Hull City (Carabao Cup)

Queens Park Rangers 2-1 Hull City (Sky Bet Championship)

Hull City 2-3 Wolverhampton Wanderers (Sky Bet Championship)



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