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🥊Fulham v Wolves🥊[LIVE]

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Fulham are hopeful Ryan Sessegnon can play on Boxing Day after two games out with a groin injury.

Midfielder Frank Anguissa remains sidelined and is not expected to return until the new year, according to manager Claudio Ranieri.

Wolves are again likely to be without forward Diogo Jota, who missed the defeat by Liverpool because of a hamstring injury.

He is Wolves' only injury concern heading into the festive period.

Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri: "Nuno Espirito Santo is doing a very good job. I watched the match against Liverpool, and Wolverhampton played fantastically.

"They created two or three great chances in the first half. It will be another tough match for us."

Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves on facing bottom club Fulham: "We don't think about the table, we think about the game, we think about what we have to do.

"Fulham, we know already [from last season] is a very good team and it is a tough stadium to play, and we have to focus on that."



Fulham ended a nine-match winless streak in this fixture by beating Wolves 2-0 at home when the sides last met in February.
This is their first Premier League meeting since March 2012, when Fulham recorded a 5-0 home win.
Wolves have never won in four previous Premier League trips to Craven Cottage, losing twice.

Fulham have claimed five points from six games since Claudio Ranieri was appointed manager.
The Whites kept their first clean sheet of the season at Newcastle last Saturday - it was their first in 21 Premier League matches.
They have failed to score in six of their last nine league games.
Ranieri has never won a Premier League Boxing Day fixture in six previous attempts, losing four of them.
Only three sides in Premier League history have avoided relegation having been bottom of the table at Christmas: Leicester in 2014, Sunderland in 2013 and West Brom in 2004.
Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves have won three and lost three of their last six league fixtures.
They have kept one clean sheet in 10 matches, having begun the season with four in their opening eight games.
Nuno Espirito Santo's side have lost all three of their Premier League games played on Boxing Day.
This will be Wolves' 100th league game played on Boxing Day, making them just the second side to play as many on the date, after neighbours West Bromwich Albion.
Wolves have 25 points after 18 games, which is as many as they accrued in total in their last Premier League season in 2011-12.

posted on 26/12/18

Haynes, if I remember rightly

posted on 26/12/18

Huddersfield playing Man United off the park at Old Trafford. Newcastle the better side at Anfield. Spurs fast asleep against Bournemouth, having rested half their team.

With Palace playing Cardiff, the gap between us and bottom three could see us worrying all over again about going down.

Convinced that another five wins are needed.

West Brom winning again.

posted on 26/12/18

You might be right Unc but, if so, I reckon 5 more wins might not be too difficult. The next game probably won't be one of them though.

posted on 26/12/18

comment by Wulfrunnut (U17298)
posted 1 hour, 4 minutes ago
Haynes, if I remember rightly
There was me trying to spell "Johnny" correctly.

posted on 26/12/18

As well as Moutinho played today, I wouldn't be surprised if he rested him against Spurs and brought back Neves.

posted on 26/12/18

Dendonker ill apparently and the reason he wasn't on the bench.

posted on 26/12/18

Brighton look the business. No idea why they are where they are. The pack are closing in on us.

posted on 26/12/18

Glad I haven't got SKY. Three live Prem matches on the trot today and I'm bored silly.

Radio WM is the only way to experience football to the fullest. After that, it's going to the game. Then comes not bothering whatsoever, followed by watching it on the television.

posted on 26/12/18


posted on 26/12/18

Johnny Haynes. I remember him well, when he became the first footballer to be on 100 quid a week. Early sixties I believe.

How times have changed.

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