Nottingham – Fulham: For the 8th matchday, the match at the “City Ground”. Nottingham is experiencing first-hand the difficulties of the division and the lack of performances. Her good start did not have a similar continuation and she now counts three consecutive defeats. The ones from Tottenham and City were on schedule, but the latter hurt a lot. He led Bournemouth 2-0 at half-time, but he suffered the upset and the final 2-3 against a team with the same goal is not easy to digest. It is tied at 4 with Everton, Aston Villa and West Ham, but is in the relegation zone and is called upon to react immediately. Mangala, Niakate and Richards are still on the medical list.
Things are better in the Fulham camp. Marco Silva’s team is putting on a very competitive face and nothing like the Cottagers’ previous… miserable appearances in the division. He battled it out at home to Tottenham but didn’t avoid defeat, with Mitrovic scoring another superb goal even if it didn’t come with a positive result. With a record of 2W-2D-2D and 9-9 goals scored, Fulham is 10th with 8 points and shows that they will manage to stay in the division, which is the main goal of the season. Solomon, Wilson and Robinson face injury problems and miss the match at the City Ground.
Nottingham – Fulham: Nottingham is costing at the moment the inability to manage their enthusiasm, combined with the fact that they have changed almost 80% of their roster and time is needed to find homogeneity. She is not afraid of matches, on the contrary, she is often more daring than necessary. She creates to a satisfactory degree, but lacks the required efficiency in execution and it shows big gaps in the last three matches, which are mainly due to the weakness of the midfield. Fulham are more ready for the division challenge. She had her base ready from last year, shows consistency in her performance and goes to the limit even in the matches she doesn’t win. The team has the solutions offensively and fights it at the back.
It’s still early in the season, but the match is already crucial for Nottingham. There is no room for another defeat, the pressure will increase and the schedule tightens thereafter. The ‘must’ is on the home team’s side, but Fulham are relatively comfortable, they step more firmly on their feet and this combination makes them extremely dangerous. The motivation, form and style of the teams brings to the fore a match that will hardly escape Goal/Goal. We ask for something more and we will bet with Goal/Goal & Over 2.5 at TigersBet 2.15.