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          Manchester United vs. Fulham Betting Tip

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          Match Result

          Luton Town

          Fulham


          0%

          Lut

          30%

          draw

          20%

          Ful

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Luton Town

          Fulham


          100%

          Lut

          70%

          combined

          40%

          Ful

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Luton Town

          Fulham


          80%

          Lut

          60%

          combined

          40%

          Ful

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Manchester United vs. Fulham Prediction, Tips & Stats

          This Saturday, all eyes will be on Old Trafford as Manchester United play host to Fulham in a highly anticipated Premier League encounter. With both teams eager to stake their claim in the league standings, the stage is set for what we hope will be a captivating clash in the North of England.

          Currently placed 6th in the league table, Manchester United find themselves in the midst of a season characterised by ups and downs. While their performances have lacked the fluidity and cohesiveness expected of a top-tier side, they've managed to accumulate enough points to remain within touching distance of the coveted Champions League qualification spots. Under the stewardship of manager Erik ten Hag, the Red Devils have shown a commendable tendency to pick up wins in the face of poor or flat performances in recent weeks, stringing together an impressive run of five consecutive victories.

          The recent introduction of teenage midfielder Kobbie Mainoo has injected fresh energy and dynamism into the squad. Despite his youth, Mainoo has exhibited maturity beyond his years, outshining more experienced teammates during crucial moments. With Mainoo's emergence in the middle of the park, the Red Devil's midfield has been bolstered by a much-needed injection of guile and composure, providing a solid foundation for the team's improvement in possession - which still has some way to go.

          In their most recent encounter against Luton Town, Manchester United emerged triumphant thanks to a brace from striker Rasmus Højlund. Buoyed by their recent form and their unbeaten record against the Cottagers, stretching back to December 2009, United will enter the match confident of securing another vital three points.

          On the other hand, Fulham find themselves in 12th place in the Premier League table, having navigated a season filled with both highs and lows. Despite the departure of top goalscorer Aleksandar Mitrović in the summer, Fulham has managed to hold their own under the guidance of manager Marco Silva. However, inconsistency has plagued their campaign, preventing them from mounting a sustained challenge for greater pastures in the league table.

          Fulham's direct style of play, characterised by width and attacking verve, has posed problems for opposition defences, including those of some of the league's better sides. Brazilian striker Rodrigo Muniz has emerged as a key figure in Fulham's attacking arsenal in recent weeks, showcasing his goal-scoring prowess with four goals in his last three appearances. However, Fulham's away form has been a cause for concern, with their last away victory in the Premier League coming on the opening day of the 2023-24 season against Everton.

          In midfield, the battle between Manchester United's Kobbie Mainoo and Fulham's midfielders will be pivotal in shaping the flow of the game. United have looked questionable in settled potential and have struggled to control the pace of games, and with Fulham boasting some excellent disruptors in the middle of the park the Cottagers could cause the home side problems.

          While Manchester United hold the advantage in terms of recent form and a home crowd behind them, Fulham have enough strings in their bow to make this one interesting. Ultimately, Ten Hag's side are favoured to emerge victorious, but Fulham should put up a spirited fight and make their presence felt on the pitch.

          For our Manchester United vs. Fulham prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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          Manchester United Team News

          Luke Shaw once again left the pitch injured in United's win over Luton Town, and while the extent of his injury does not seem severe he's unlikely to be involved in this one. Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Lisandro Martínez, Mason Mount, Tyrell Malacia and Anthony Martial all remain on the treatment table too.

          Rasmus Højlund has now scored in his last six games running, totalling seven goals in that period, so he seems a good bet to add to his tally here.

          Fulham Team News

          The Cottagers have to contend with the significant absence of João Palhinha who is unavailable through suspension after picking up his 10th yellow card in the league, which means either Saša Lukić or Harrison Read will partner Tom Cairney at the base of the midfield.

          Raúl Jiménez also remains out injured for Fulham, with Rodrigo Muniz continuing to shoulder the lion's share of the goalscoring burden.

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