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Fulham enters the second half with a 1-0 lead

Fulham enters the second half with a 1-0 lead

The second 45 minutes are already played, with Fulham winning against West Ham. Andreas Pereira (8′ 1T) is the scorer of the 1-0 goal at the London Stadium.

The local team comes into this match eager for another victory, after having won the previous day. For its part, the visiting team hopes to obtain a better result this time after losing its last duel.

West Ham United has just won their previous match against Wolverhampton with a score of 2-1. After losing 1 time and drawing 3 games, they come to this matchday with 9 goals conceded compared to 9 in favor.

Fulham comes into this match with a 0-1 defeat against Newcastle United. Recently, the visiting team has quite diverse results: 1 victory, 2 losses and 1 draw, in which they scored 8 goals and conceded 9.

The host is in eighth place with 48 points (13 PG – 9 PE – 10 PP), while the visitor accumulates 39 points and is in thirteenth place in the championship (11 PG – 6 PE – 15 PP).

Stuart Attwell was the referee chosen for the match at the London Stadium.

West Ham United formation today

David Moyes chose a 4-5-1 lineup with Lukasz Fabianski in goal; Vladimir Coufal, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Nayef Aguerd and Emerson in defense; Edson Álvarez, James Ward-Prowse, Mohammed Kudus, Lucas Paquetá and Danny Ings in the middle; and Michail Antonio up front.

Fulham formation today

For his part, Marco Saraiva da Silva presented a 4-5-1 tactical scheme with goalkeeper Bernd Leno; Timothy Castagne, Tosin Adarabioyo, Calvin Bassey, Antonee Robinson on the defensive wall; João Palhinha, Sasa Lukic, Alex Iwobi, Andreas Pereira and Willian in the midfield; and Rodrigo Muniz as forward.

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