Scott Parker takes his Fulham side to the Etihad Stadium to face Manchester City on Saturday after a massive win over Leicester City saw them move out of the relegation zone.
Pep Guardiola saw an improvement from his side in their big win over Burnley, but goals have been an issue for City over the start of the season so far.
There has been over 3.5 goals in just two of their last 13 games, and that stat is mirrored completely by Fulham. Only Liverpool have attempted more shots per game than City, but despite their average of 16, that has resulted in just 1.4 goals per game in nine Premier League matches.
If the hosts have been more feeble in front of goal than usual, then do not expect Fulham to offer much of a threat either. The Londoners have blanked in 50% of their league games this season, and have failed to score in their last five visits to the Etihad.
With both sides not showing great attacking potency in the early stages, under 3.5 goals is our tip at 11/10 with Sky Bet.