Lineups

Fulham

( 4-2-3-1 )

  • 1. A. Areola

  • 34. O. Aina

  • 16. T. Adarabioyo

  • 0. J. Andersen

  • 33. A. Robinson Yellow Card

  • 10. T. Cairney

    58'
  • 14. B. De Cordova-Reid Goal Yellow Card

    58'
  • 18. M. Lemina

    69'
  • 21. H. Reed

  • 17. Ivan Cavaleiro

  • 19. A. Lookman

Substitutes

  • 12. M. Rodák

  • 13. T. Ream

  • 4. D. Odoi

  • 23. J. Bryan

  • 15. R. Loftus-Cheek Goal

    58'
  • 29. A. Zambo Anguissa

    69'
  • 9. A. Mitrović

    58'

England - Premier League

29' B. De Cordova-Reid 29' Yellow Card 29'  B. De Cordova-Reid 56' A. Robinson 56' Yellow Card 56'  A. Robinson 1' D. Calvert-Lewin 1' Goal 1'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 15' B. De Cordova-Reid 15' Goal 15'   Reid B. De Cordova-Reid 29' D. Calvert-Lewin 29' Goal 29'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 35' A. Doucouré 35' Goal 35'   Doucoure A. Doucouré 70' R. Loftus-Cheek 70' Goal 70'   Loftus-Cheek R. Loftus-Cheek
Fulham

Fulham

2 - 3

Everton

Everton

  • 1'
    0 - 1
  • 15
    1 - 1
  • 29'
    1 - 2
  • 35'
    1 - 3
  • HT
    1 - 3
  • 70
    2 - 3
  • Date: 22/11/2020
  • Time: 12:00
  • Venue: Craven Cottage
  • Referee: Andy Madley
Fulham v Everton - Preview

Date published: 11/20/2020 9:39:03 PM

Fulham v Everton - Preview

Fulham to check on Mario Lemina hamstring problem ahead of Everton clash

Fulham will again check on midfielder Mario Lemina, who has been out with a hamstring problem, ahead of Sunday’s Premier League match against Everton.

Cottagers boss Scott Parker reported no fresh injury problems following the international break, but French forward Aboubakar Kamara will serve out a three-match suspension.

Dutch defender Kenny Tete is stepping up his recovery from a calf problem, along with Terence Kongolo (ankle) but both are not yet ready for a return.

Everton defender Seamus Coleman has been ruled out after sustaining an injury in training for the Republic of Ireland.

Forward Richarlison returns after a three-match suspension.

Midfielders Fabian Delph (knock) and Allan (muscle) are fit while long-term absentee Jean-Philippe Gbamin is closing in on a return in the next couple of weeks.

Fulham provisional squad: Areola, Andersen, Adarabioyo, Robinson, Aina, Cairney, Reed, Zambo, Mitrovic, Reid, Lookman, Rodak, Hector, Ream, Bryan, Kebano, Loftus-Cheek, Cavaleiro, Lemina

Everton provisional squad: Pickford, Kenny, Keane, Holgate, Digne, Allan, Gomes, Doucoure, Rodriguez, Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison, Olsen, Mina, Godfrey, Davies, Delph, Sigurdsson, Tosun, Iwobi, Bernard.

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 9
  • Craven Cottage
  • Andy Madley
  • 22 Nov, 12:00

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Lineups

Fulham
(4-2-3-1)
Everton
(4-3-3)
  • 1. A. Areola

  • 34. O. Aina

  • 16. T. Adarabioyo

  • 0. J. Andersen

  • 33. A. Robinson Yellow Card

  • 10. T. Cairney

    58'
  • 14. B. De Cordova-Reid Goal Yellow Card

    58'
  • 18. M. Lemina

    69'
  • 21. H. Reed

  • 17. Ivan Cavaleiro

  • 19. A. Lookman

Substitutes

  • 12. M. Rodák

  • 13. T. Ream

  • 4. D. Odoi

  • 23. J. Bryan

  • 15. R. Loftus-Cheek Goal

    58'
  • 29. A. Zambo Anguissa

    69'
  • 9. A. Mitrović

    58'
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 5. M. Keane

  • 22. B. Godfrey

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 17. A. Iwobi

  • 19. J. Rodríguez

    74'
  • 6. Allan

  • 16. A. Doucouré Goal

  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal Goal

  • 7. Richarlison

    76'

Substitutes

  • 33. R. Olsen

  • 4. M. Holgate

  • 26. T. Davies

    74'
  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

    76'
  • 21. André Gomes

  • 20. Bernard

  • 14. C. Tosun

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Everton vs Fulham

There is a 25.8% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Everton, at 40.0%, are solid favorites to beat Fulham who have a 34.3% chance at home.
Overall, the average simulation score is Everton 1.8 to Fulham 1.6.
In simulation wins, Fulham upsets Everton by averaging 11.0 shots and 5.0 shots on goal.
They average 2.7 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.8 in simulation losses.

Fulham v Everton

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    Fulham 2 - 3 Everton - Match Report

    Date published: 11/22/2020 4:58:43 PM

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin double leads Everton to win over Fulham

    Ivan Cavaleiro became the third Fulham player to fail to convert a penalty this season.


    A brace from Dominic Calvert-Lewin helped Everton return to winning ways after a five-goal thriller at Fulham, who suffered penalty disappointment yet again.

    Carlo Ancelotti saw the England striker net twice in the first half to take his club tally for the season to 13, with 10 of them in the Premier League, while Abdoulaye Doucoure’s first goal for the Toffees proved key in the end.

    Fulham had responded well to Calvert-Lewin’s bright opener with Bobby Decordova-Reid equalising soon after, but slack play at the back had them set for another defeat before they were handed a lifeline in the 67th minute.

    Ivan Cavaleiro missed the subsequent spot-kick, however, and even though Ruben Loftus-Cheek pulled one back three minutes later, Scott Parker’s side suffered a seventh league loss of the campaign.

    Match HIghlights

    Richarlison returned for Everton after a three-match suspension and his impact was immediate with the attacker involved in the opener inside a minute in the capital.

    Decordova-Reid gave away possession and the Brazilian did not need a second invitation to dribble into the area where his centre was bundled in by Calvert-Lewin.

    With 42 seconds on the clock it was the quickest goal scored in the division this season and after the perfect start, Ancelotti would have hoped for a strong defensive showing.

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin, right, bundles home an early opener
    Dominic Calvert-Lewin, right, bundles home an early opener (John Sibley/PA)

    Following three consecutive defeats, the Italian had changed formation at Craven Cottage and recalled defenders Ben Godfrey and Yerry Mina to play alongside Michael Keane.

    Despite having three centre-backs on the pitch, Decordova-Reid found enough space in between two of them to rifle home the equaliser in the 15th minute following a neat one-two with Fulham captain Tom Cairney.

    Parker’s side were lifted by the leveller and pushed for a second, but were hit with a sucker punch after 29 minutes when both of Everton’s wing-backs starred to create a second for the visitors.

    Traditional attacker Alex Iwobi cut inside from the right and dribbled past two opponents before finding James Rodriguez, who spotted Lucas Digne in space and the Frenchman’s cross was put away clinically by the in-form Calvert-Lewin.

    Fulham were rocked but did not learn their lesson with Digne again afforded too much space out wide to create the Toffees’ third with 35 played, Doucoure heading in from close range for his first Everton goal.

    Abdoulaye Doucoure, centre, celebrates his first Everton goal
    Abdoulaye Doucoure, centre, celebrates his first Everton goal (John Sibley/PA)

    Alphonse Areola was called upon before the half was up to deny Rodriguez with a strong hand and it ensured they trailed by only two at the break.

    With games against Leicester, Manchester City and Liverpool coming up, Parker resisted the temptation to make changes during the interval but the dropped Aleksandar Mitrovic was summoned in the 58th minute.

    It was a double substitution from the Sky Bet Championship play-off winners with Loftus-Cheek also sent on and Cairney and Decordova-Reid the men to make way.

    The decision proved inspired with the newcomers linking up to win Fulham a spot-kick with 23 minutes left after Godfrey clipped Chelsea loanee Loftus-Cheek inside the area.

    Mitrovic and Ademola Lookman had both failed to convert penalties this season, which saw Cavaleiro take the responsibility, but he joined the duo in suffering embarrassment from 12 yards when he slipped and scuffed his effort over.

    Ivan Cavaleiro slips as he misses a penalty
    Ivan Cavaleiro slips as he misses a penalty (John Sibley/PA)

    Fulham’s disappointment was eased when Loftus-Cheek found the net for the first time in 18 months to offer them a lifeline.

    The midfielder, who suffered a serious Achilles injury in May last year, fired in via a deflection off Mina after excellent play by Lookman on the right and with 20 minutes left, the two managers sensed a dramatic finale could be on the cards.

    Ancelotti’s side showed an excellent professional approach, however, and retained possession well during the closing stages to end their four-game winless streak.

    Lineups

    Everton

    ( 4-3-3 )

    • 1. J. Pickford

    • 5. M. Keane

    • 22. B. Godfrey

    • 12. L. Digne

    • 13. Y. Mina

    • 17. A. Iwobi

    • 19. J. Rodríguez

      74'
    • 6. Allan

    • 16. A. Doucouré Goal

    • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal Goal

    • 7. Richarlison

      76'

    Substitutes

    • 33. R. Olsen

    • 4. M. Holgate

    • 26. T. Davies

      74'
    • 10. G. Sigurðsson

      76'
    • 21. André Gomes

    • 20. Bernard

    • 14. C. Tosun