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Fulham V Hammers

FULHAM and West Ham get the festive battles underway with a Saturday lunchtime kickoff. The Cottagers gained their sixth win of the season, home to Middlesbrough and will want to keep it going.

This is the first of four successive London Premiership derbies for Fulham. They go to Charlton next Wednesday, and to champions Chelsea three days later, before entertaining Watford on New Years Day. Coleman will be hoping his side can wrap up a third consecutive victory in top tier capital clashes, following 2-1 home wins over Charlton and Arsenal.

Fulham last beat West Ham in a 0-2 victory at Upton Park on 3 November 2001.

WEST HAM UNITED are looking to build on last Sunday's sensational 1-0 victory over leaders Manchester United on the debut of manager Alan Curbishley.

Unfortunately the Hammers hold a 100% Premiership record on Fulham turf - three visits, three victories, conceding just one goal.

LAST SEASON'S CORRESPONDING GAME

Fulham 1-2 West Ham United

7 September 2005 - Ref: Graham Poll

ulham scorer: Boa Morte 66

est Ham scorers: Harewood 46, Warner 52 og

HEAD TO HEAD TOTALS

Home and away

eague: Fulham 24 wins, West Ham 30, Draws 14

rem: Fulham 1 win, West Ham 4, Draws 1

at Fulham only

eague: Fulham 16 wins, West Ham 11, Draws 7

rem: Fulham 0 win, West Ham 3, Draws 0

COME ON FULHAM, lets show the spammers that their last win was a fluke!




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Date:Friday December 22 2006

Time: 5:59AM

Your Comments

The stats don't look to good for this game. Look's as if it could be a dodgy one!!!
wei, wu and shu
Dodgy sums it up!!
Cravens
We should have beat them.
squeaky
Yeah, we should of given them a Hammering!!!!
sammy.luke
 

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