Premier League new boys Fulham have struggled since being reinstated into the top flight this season. The Cottagers, now managed by former Chelsea and Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri after the sacking of Slavisa Jokanovic in November, have conceded an astonishing 53 goals in 24 games this term - seven more than anyone else in the division.
The Lilywhites have also kept just two clean sheets all season, with their last coming against fellow strugglers Huddersfield at the end of 2018. Currently 19th in the Premier League, Fulham are in real danger of relegation back to the Championship if they don't sort out their defensive frailties.
One thing that the West London club can do however is find the net at the opposing end of the pitch, with leading striker Aleksandar Mitrovic netting 10 goals so far, dwarfing the amount obtained by any other front man in the bottom six. Southampton's Danny Ings is the next highest scorer with seven to his name, while Newcastle's Salomon Rondon has six after his timely strike against Manchester City on Tuesday evening.