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Fulham vs Newcastle United Matchday Stats Preview

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Fulham have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games against Newcastle (D2 L7), a 1-0 home win in March 2014. They’ve failed to score on seven occasions in this run, netting just three goals overall.

Newcastle have won their last four Premier League games against Fulham – only against Tottenham (6), Burnley, Nottingham Forest and Sunderland (5 each) have they won more consecutively in the competition.

Having been unbeaten in all seven of their Premier League away games against London sides last season (W4 D3), Newcastle are winless in all four so far this term (D1 L3). They’ve lost their last three in a row, last losing more consecutively in the capital between January-April 2019 (4).

Fulham have won nine of their 15 Premier League home games so far this season (D1 L5), their most in a single top-flight campaign since 2011-12 (10). They’ve scored 3+ goals in seven of these victories, last scoring 3+ in more different top-flight home games in 1966-67 (9).

Newcastle have lost nine of their 14 Premier League away games this season (W3 D2), three times as many defeats as they suffered in the whole of last term (W8 D8 L3). They last reached 10 defeats on the road in 15 or fewer games in 2015-16 (13).

Across Fulham’s last 20 Premier League matches, there have been 71 goals scored at an average of 3.6 per game (F38 A33). Indeed, since a 0-0 draw with Everton in January, there have been at least three goals scored in each of the Cottagers’ last nine games.

Newcastle are still yet to play out a goalless draw in the Premier League this season and are averaging exactly 14 shots per game (420 shots in 30 games). They averaged 15 shots per game last season, with this the first time they’ve had 14+ shots per game in consecutive seasons since 2012-13 (14) and 2013-14 (15.2).

Fulham manager Marco Silva won his first Premier League match against Newcastle United in November 2017 with Watford but has won none of five since then (D1 L4), losing the last four in a row. In Premier League history, the only two managers to lose five in a row against the Magpies are Ron Atkinson (1993-96) and Martin Jol (2006-11).

Rodrigo Muniz has scored in his last four Premier League home games, netting six goals in total in this run. It’s the longest scoring streak a Fulham player has had at home in the competition’s history.

Aleksander Isak has scored five goals in his last seven Premier League appearances in London for Newcastle and is averaging a goal every 105 minutes in the capital, the best ratio of any Magpies player to play 200+ minutes for the club in London.



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