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Fulham appear dead in the water as they trail both Burnley and Newcastle by nine points, with just 12 points left to play for. A win here is essential to have any remaining chance, while an encounter with Newcastle on the final day gives them some extra hope of reeling one of those two sides in.
However, they enter this fixture off the back of five defeats from six winless outings and it’s easy to laugh at Scott Parker’s assertion that avoiding the drop is still on the cards.
Burnley hardly arrive in stellar form either, losing four of their past five, though a decisive 4-0 win away at Wolves a couple of weeks ago has practically pushed them over the line.
Goals have flown in over this period, with each of their last six featuring at least three strikes, while both teams have scored in seven of their past eight appearances.
Burnley Draw No Bet
These two sides have encountered each other twice this season, with Burnley winning 3-0 here at Craven Cottage in the FA Cup, while they shared a 1-1 draw at Turf Moor.
Including that cup defeat, Fulham have tasted victory just once in 14 home games now, losing eight of the last 10, while they’ve failed to score in nine of the past 12 there.
Although we couldn’t completely trust the Clarets to extract maximum points, Sean Dyche’s men appear extremely good value draw no bet.
They’ve won five of their past nine road trips in all competitions, and while they lost the other four, it’s worth bearing in mind that three of those defeats were inflicted by Chelsea, Tottenham and Man Utd.
Chris Wood To Score Anytime
Chris Wood has hit form in the season’s closing stages and after bagging a hat-trick and an assist in the 4-0 demolition of Wolves, he netted the opening goal from the penalty spot in the 2-1 defeat to West Ham last time out.
The New Zealand international has now claimed seven goals from as many games, scoring at least once in five of these appearances, while in addition, he’s also produced three assists in total over this period.
Fulham have conceded at least twice in four of their last six matches, failing to register a clean sheet in any of them, so the 29-year-old will fancy his chances of adding to his tally.
He’s been a consistent performer for a number of years now and after netting 27 times in the Championship for Leeds back in 2016/17, he’s reached double figures in all four Premier League campaigns for Burnley and needs just three goals to match last season’s haul of 14 goals.