The last three Premier League results, for Fulham, do not make for good reading.
The Cottagers have failed to take any points out of the nine available against Everton (a), Arsenal (h) and Cardiff (a).
Those three games have seen Slavisa Jokanovic’s side score just three goals whilst conceding twelve.
Not the kind of form that augers well for the remainder of the season.
But, with Fulham currently occupying one of the relegation places, a leading TV pundit is of opinion that the losing run is set to come to an end this weekend.
Mark Lawrenson, working for the BBC, believes that a positive result will come this Saturday, remarking:
“I know people are looking at Fulham and thinking they are in trouble but I am still confident they will get a positive result soon.
“This will be an open game, because Bournemouth are an attacking team too, and I think that will suit Slavisa Jokanovic’s side – I am expecting a little bit of a revival at Craven Cottage.”
Let’s hope that Lawrenson has gauged this one correctly, we could all do with a boost after a poor couple of weeks.