Fulham vs Tottenham Hotspur Preview

Fulham vs Tottenham Hotspur

Competition – Barclays Premier League

Stadium – Craven Cottage

Date: 20th January 2019

Kick-off time – 16:00 GMT

The injury to Harry Kane and the absence of Heung Min Son has been greatly exaggerated with many fans and pundits believing that it will affect Tottenham’s charge towards the Premier League title.

Kane is out until March with a serious injury while Son is away on international duty with South Korea, however, that shouldn’t stop Spurs from beating a Fulham side that looks to be on their way back to the Championship.

Fulham haven’t improved much since they appointed Claudio Ranieri to save their season.

The Cottagers have scored at least once per game in their last 5 games, but they still don’t know how to keep out the Goals at the moment.

They are also one of the most uncoordinated set of players as they don’t seem to have camaraderie on the pitch.

Spurs come into this game off the back of a 1-0 home loss to Manchester United, but they don’t seem like a team that will be affected by that loss as only the brilliance of David de Gea stopped them from rescuing that game in the second half.

Spurs have won their last 3 meetings with Fulham by scoring at least 3 goals on each occasion.

Bookmakers have priced Tottenham up as odds-on favourites to come out on top in this game despite their injury troubles.

With Harry Kane out, Fernando Llorente is favourite with bookies to score the opening goal of the game.

This match gets underway at 16:00 BST.

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