The saviour of our season (ask Maradona10)
- Nov 5, 2016
Date - Wednesday, January 20 2021
Kickoff Time - 2015 Hrs GMT
Venue - Craven Cottage, London
League standings and form guide
1. Manchester United: DWWWD
18. Fulham: DDDDL
Previous League Meetings
Fulham 0—3 Manchester United
Manchester United 4—1 Fulham
Manchester United 2—2 Fulham
Fulham 1—3 Manchester United
Fulham 0—1 Manchester United
All-Time League Record
Manchester United wins: 43
Fulham wins: 12
Ole Gunnar Solskjær
Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones and Facundo Pellistri ruled out.
Terence Kongolo and Antonee Robinson ruled out. Aleksandar Mitrović, Tom Cairney and Mario Lemina doubtful.
Know the opposition
Fulham Football Club (also known as The Cottagers or The Whites), is a professional association football club based in Fulham, West London, England. Fulham were formed in 1879 as Fulham St Andrew's Church Sunday School F.C., founded by worshipers (mostly adept at cricket) at the Church of England on Star Road, West Kensington (St Andrew's, Fulham Fields). Fulham's mother church still stands today with a plaque commemorating the team's foundation. They won the West London Amateur Cup in 1887 and, having shortened the name from Fulham Excelsior to its present form in 1888, they then won the West London League in 1893 at the first attempt.
Fulham started playing at their current ground at Craven Cottage in 1896, their first game against now defunct rivals Minerva. Fulham are one of the oldest established clubs in southern England currently playing professional football, though there are many non-league sides like Kent side Cray Wanderers who are several decades older. The club gained professional status on 12 December 1898, the same year that they were admitted into the Southern League's Second Division. They were the second club from London to turn professional, following Arsenal, then named Royal Arsenal 1891.
After suffering relegation to The Championship in 2013, Fulham have been on a road to recovery and were promoted to the Premier League on 26 May 2018, by winning 1–0 in the 2018 EFL Championship play-off Final against Aston Villa. Fulham fans consider their main rivals to be Chelsea, followed by Queens Park Rangers. They also have rivalries with other London clubs, including Brentford and Crystal Palace.