For our Fulham vs. Wolves prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
Fulham are looking to continue their excellent form as they welcome Wolverhampton Wanderers to Craven Cottage on Friday night in the Premier League.
Fulham are currently 6th in the Premier League with eleven wins, five draws and eight losses from twenty-four games this season.
The Cottagers have arguably been the league's surprise package this season. Newly promoted an tarnished by past failures, Fulham were largely expected to make an immediate return to the Championship this season - or at least come close to relegation - but the West London club have made a mockery of such projections as they find themselves occupying a European spot with fourteen games remaining.
They enter this game amidst a fine run of form, too, having reigned unbeaten in their last five matches in all competitions while winning each of their last three consecutive matches.
Most recently, Fulham claimed a huge 1-0 win away at Brighton & Hove Albion courtesy of a Manor Solomon winner in the 88th minute. The result was a huge one for Marco Silva's side as Brighton were one place above them in the league, so three points away at a European rival is a potentially season-defining result.
Fulham will be slightly concerned by the form of Aleksandr Mitrovic, who while absent at Brighton is now six games without a goal for The Cottagers and they'll be desperately hoping he can regain his form upon his return to aid their quest for Europe.
Marco Silva and Fulham are loving life back in the Premier League and with safety secured they can play with an air of freedom for the remainder of the season. Who knows what fate will bring, but a home game against Wolves is an excellent chance to add another big three points to their tally.
Wolverhampton Wanderers currently sit 15th in the Premier League with six wins, five draws and twelve losses from twenty-three games this season.
Wolves have very much had an up and down season in terms of form thus far, but it's improved markedly following the appointment of Julen Lopetegui in light of a dismal start to their campaign.
They are, though, coming off the back of a very disappointing result in the league having lost 0-1 at home to relegation favourites Bournemouth at the weekend. They'll be hoping, and it likely will be, that it's just a blip in their upward trajectory but these are games a side battling to avoid relegation cannot afford to lose.
Their form in the league still looks healthy with Wolves having won three of their last five Premier League matches, so they'll be hoping to get back to winning ways here.
This is a mightily tough game for Wolves but on their day they're capable of getting a result here. Expect a close contest with any winner coming out on top by just a single goal.