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Fulham vs. West Brom

Craven Cottage

22 February 2009

1.30 pm

On Sky

Fulham v West Brom

The Baggies travel to Craven Cottage for this relegation encounter this Sunday Lunchtime.

Make no mistake, Fulham are still in danger of the drop despite a much improved performance on last season. The Cottagers invested heavily in the Summer and would maybe expect to be better place than they currently are. West Brom are desperate for the win that will keep them in touch with the teams ahead of them and drag the likes of Fulham back into the mire.

Fulham Team News:

Johnson, Konchesky and Etuhu return for the Cottagers.

Player to watch: Andy Johnson

Johnson's ability to win penalties could be the Baggies downfall this afternoon.

West Brom Team News:

Simpson returns following his hamstring injury, as does Zuiverloon following his suspension and Teixiera makes a welcome first start in the Premier League.

Player to watch: Simpson

Jay Simpson was left frustrated following his injury in the Cup game at Burnley that forced him out of the home defeat to Newcastle. He will be looking to boost his goal tally this afternoon.

Match Prediction:

2-1 to the Baggies

Next Fixtures:

Everton away on 28 February is next up for the Baggies.




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Writer: Lord Shepherd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 22 2009

Time: 1:12PM

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