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Free-scoring Fulham to fell Forest

Free-scoring Fulham to fell Forest


In-form Fulham can enhance their promotion claims by beating Nottingham Forest at Craven Cottage on Saturday.

Slavisa Jokanovic’s side have surged up to sixth in the table as a result of winning their last four matches, scoring 14 goals in the process.

The Cottagers have found the net in each of their last seven games, from which they have taken 19 points, but have only kept one clean sheet in that time.

They beat Forest 3-1 at The City Ground in September and a repeat of that scoreline can be backed at 12/1, while a Fulham win and both teams to score is available at 19/10.

Aston Villa are also in fine form, winning their last five matches, and will surely make it six in a row by defeating rock-bottom Burton Albion, who they thrashed 4-0 at the Pirelli Stadium earlier in the campaign.

Steve Bruce’s side are 11/2 to beat the Brewers by three goals and 17/2 to win the encounter by four goals or more.

Bolton Wanderers remain in the bottom three despite showing mid-table form recently and they may cause a shock by beating a Bristol City side that have been very inconsistent of late.

The Robins may have pushed Manchester City hard in their recent two-legged League Cup semi-final but they have only scored three goals in their last five Championship fixtures.

A victory for Phil Parkinson’s side looks good value at 14/5 while Neil Warnock can return to Wales with all three points, available at 8/5, when Cardiff City visit one of his former teams, Leeds United.

The mid-table battle between Norwich City and Middlesbrough looks set to end in a draw (43/20) while Hull City can benefit from Preston’s decision to sell Jordan Hugill to West Ham United on transfer deadline day by recording a rare victory at Deepdale – available at tempting odds of 57/20.

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