Fulham are looking pretty much dead and buried with regard to their future in the Premier League and we don’t fancy their chances against a Brighton & Hove Albion outfit which currently sit twelve points above them in the league table.
Thus far Claudio Ranieri has failed to work any of the magic which helped steer former club Leicester City to a shock 5000/1 Premier League title and it is growing increasingly difficult to see how the Cottagers are going to avoid dropping straight back down to the Championship at the first time of asking.
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Fulham almost held high-flying Tottenham Hotspur to a draw last time out with Harry Winks scoring a last-gasp winner for the visitors at Craven Cottage and we expect a similar outcome with the Cottagers face the Seagulls on Tuesday evening.
In fairness, Brighton haven’t been at their best away from home this season although they have shown signs of improvement in this regard since the turn of the year with a draw with West Ham at the London Stadium, a win at Bournemouth in the FA Cup and a narrow defeat to Manchester United where they were looking good for an equaliser towards the end at Old Trafford.
Indeed Fulham are having a hard time getting rid of that losing habit and the odds on offer for Tuesday evening’s meeting flags up the visitors as a very appealing bet, BetVictor Bookmakers going 12/5 on Brighton to win.