Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers Live Championship Match prediction, TV channel, live stream, H2H, team news How To Watch

Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers Live Championship Match prediction, TV channel, live stream, H2H, team news How To Watch

Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers at Craven Cottage in the Premier League on Saturday 1st February, kick-off 15:01 pm.

Fulham face Luton in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday. Coverage gets under way live on Sky Sports Football Red Button at 7.40pm; Kick-off 7.45pm.

who trusts that Cardiff beating the Whites to programmed advancement from the Championship last season will at present be in the brains of the players when they take to the field at Craven Cottage. 

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Fulham may as of now be down, however they could have a major say on who goes along with them in the Championship, 

contingent upon the outcome when the Bluebirds visit west London this end of the week. 

Fulham have Cardiff City at Craven Cottage on Saturday, as the Bluebirds search for an imperative three in their battle for Premier League survival. 

The Cottagers’ destiny was fixed toward the start of April yet have since won consecutive counterparts out of the blue this season, 

which could even now hugy affect the alliance table with the visit of Cardiff this end of the week. 

Neil Warnock’s group are entangled in an enchanting fight with ​Brighton to maintain a strategic distance from the drop to the Championship, 

as only three separate the sides with three recreations remaining. 

A success over ​Fulham would put immense weight on the Seagulls, who don’t play until Saturday evening against ​Newcastle United, 

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however an annihilation could everything except sentence the Welsh club to transfer. 

There has been a little competition developing among Fulham and ​Cardiff over last two seasons, 

because of their differentiating styles and monetary contrasts, which may give Scott Parker’s side some impetus to ruin the Bluebirds’ survival trusts. 

Team News Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers

Fulham boss Scott Parker has no injury concerns. A 2-0 defeat away to struggling Stoke at the weekend means Parker’s side have won just two of their last eight league outings.

The Cottagers, among the pre-season promotion favourites, sit 10th as a result but Parker should have a full complement of players to select from.

Stefan Johansen sat out the defeat at the Bet365 Stadium but is set to return.

Luton may be without the services of Izzy Brown for the short trip to west London.

The on-loan Chelsea midfielder is a doubt after being forced off late on in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Bristol City with a leg injury.

Brown hit the post and laid on a goal for Harry Cornick before being replaced by Callum McManaman – who is likely to replace the 22-year-old if he is not fit.

There was better news on the injury front for fellow loanee James Bree as the Aston Villa defender expected to have recovered from a groin complaint that saw him taken off at half-time at the weekend.

Predicted Lineups Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers

​Fulham Rico; Odoi, Ream, Le Marchand, Bryan; Anguissa, Cairney; Babel, Seri, Sessegnon; Mitrovic​

Barnsley Etheridge; Peltier, Manga, Morrison, Bennett; Gunnarsson, Bacuna, Camarasa; Hoilett, Zohore, Mendez-Laing

TV channel and live stream, and online coverage

The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99.

Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.

You can also follow all the action on Sport2s’s LIVE blog.

H2H Record Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers

Fulham and Luton haven’t met in any competition since December 1999, a 3-0 win for Fulham in an FA Cup third round replay.

Luton’s last away league visit to Fulham was in October 1998, winning 3-1 with goals from Phil Gray, Stuart Douglas and Steve Davis.

Fulham have won just one of their last five home games in all competitions (W1 D2 L2), having won four of their five prior to this run (W4 D0 L1).

Since drawing 0-0 away at Plymouth in March, none of Luton’s last 12 away games in all competitions have ended as draws (W6 L6).

Since making his debut for Fulham in February 2018, Aleksandar Mitrovic has scored 37% of the Cottagers’ league goals (31/84).

James Collins has scored 49 league goals for Luton, though is without a goal in his last three appearances for the Hatters.

More Details:
Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers
Sky Bet Championship.
12:30pm, Saturday 16th October 2021.
Craven Cottage.


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