THERE’S three fixtures taking place tonight in the Championship and Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) has found he bet he likes…
Fulham v Bolton | 20.00
Kit Symons is staking his claim for the full-time Fulham management role and the former stalwart defender will have been delighted with his side’s come-from-behind win at Birmingham on Saturday.
The Cottagers looked to be heading for an eighth defeat in nine before Tim Hoogland and Hugo Rodallega’s strikes handed them a first win of the season. And the jubilant celebrations that followed seemed to suggest the West London side may not be far from turning the corner.
Tonight Fulham have a great opportunity to record back-to-back victories when Bolton visit the capital. Wanderers have lost all four of their away games, managing to score once. In fact, the Trotters have failed to trouble the scoresheet in four of their last five outings.
Whilst Fulham’s Felix Magath catastrophe has come to a close, it looks only a matter of time before Dougie Freedman collects his P45. The beleaguered Scot has looked a broken man when attempting to describe his side’s performances in recent weeks and he’ll know his future is hanging in the balance.
It may not be to everyone’s taste but backing Fulham to win at 19/20 with Bet365 holds appeal this evening. Yes, the Whites may have won just once and picked up a solitary point at home but the tide appears to be turning and eight weeks ago we’d have been filling our boots had such a quote been offered by the bookies. I’m in.
Fulham v Bolton – Fulham to win (19/20 Bet365)
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