The last face-to-face meeting of these teams took place more than a month ago (September 15, 2021) and ended in Fulham’s victory with a score of 1-4.
Position of teams in the standings
The distance between the teams in the standings is 18 points.
Fulham is in the TOP-4 with 45 points. This is the team’s 23rd out of 46 games in the tournament.
The difference with the closest team from above is 1 point (a team can score 69 points). In addition, the team is separated from the first place by 4 points (69 points are possible). The closest pursuer is 3 points lower and has the opportunity to score an additional 63 points. The difference between goals scored and conceded in the tournament is 51:19. In addition, Fulham has the best attacking line in the tournament. Fulham has the best defense in the tournament.
Birmingham is on the 20th line of the standings with 27 points. This is the team’s 24th out of 46 games in the tournament.
Birmingham has the same number of points with the nearest top team and has the opportunity to score 66 points. 13 points separate the team from the bottom line of the standings. The closest pursuer is 4 points lower and has the opportunity to score 66 additional points. The difference between goals scored and conceded in the tournament is 23:32.
Fulham has not been able to win in the last 5 matches, with 1 defeat and 4 draws.
At home, in 10 matches, the team scored 17 points, with the following results 5 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses. Scored and conceded goals 18-7. Average number of goals scored per match 1.8. Average number of cards over the last 10 games – 1.5.
Top forwards in the last 15 matches in all competitions: Aleksandar Mitrovic (16), Neeskens Kebano (4), Harry Wilson (3), Rodrigo Muniz (2), Kyle Mcfadzean (1), Bobby Reid (1), Antonee Robinson (1 ).
Away, in 10 matches, the team scored 6 points, with the following results 1 victory, 3 draws and 6 defeats. Scored and conceded goals 4-16. The average number of goals scored per match is 0.4. Average number of cards over the last 10 games – 1.5.
Top forwards in last 15 matches in all competitions: Troy Deeney (3), Scott Hogan (3), Riley Mcgree (2), Marc Roberts (1), Gary Gardner (1), Lukas Jutkiewicz (1), Ivan Sunjic (1) ).