Date: 1st December 2019 at 12:10pm
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As we enter the month of December, my how times flies, Fulham Football Club are in a good position.

November saw Fulham enter a run of form that has seen them win their last FOUR Championship games.

Such form has seen Scott Parker’s side climb up to third in the table, closing in on Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion.

Dreams of a quick return to the Premier League are very much alive, although there is, admittedly, a lot of hard work to do to before such a dream can be realised.

This month, with the festive period awaiting us, Fulham embark on a run of SIX Championship fixtures that could determine how their season unfolds:

• 07 Dec – Fulham v Bristol City
• 10 Dec – Preston North End v Fulham
• 14 Dec – Brentford v Fulham
• 21 Dec – Fulham v Leeds United
• 26 Dec – Luton Town v Fulham
• 29 Dec – Fulham v Stoke City

Good results from those six games could see the Cottagers push on with that hope of promotion, a bad run of results could, quite easily, see those dreams dashed.

Now, this is where you come in!

With eighteen points available from those six games, look into your crystal balls and decide just how many points Scott Parker’s side will accumulate.

I’ll set the ball rolling with 13, but what are your predictions?

Simply drop them into the comment facility beneath this article.

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4 Replies to “Six Championship Games Await Fulham, Six Games That Could Determine How Their Season Shapes Up”

  • we cannot expect to win them all, but we must make sure we do not loose to Leeds. Fulham need to loan out or sell some players in January. Kesbano. Cisse, Le Marchant and Josh Onamah,. The latter is terrible and does not even deserve a place on the subs bench. Play either De La Torre or Matt O’Reilly. What has happened to Steve Sess he just seems to have disappeared from the scene. we urgently need to strengthen our defence in the transfer window as virtually no cover. Another centre back who has pace and a full back would be nice

    • I would keep Kabano and Le Marchant as for Cisse who knows just seems to train and see out his contract. Onamah has been dreadful since arriving and on current form should be out at a league 2 side. Seems lazy with an awful first touch coupled with an unawareness of the pace of the game. Not sure what Scot sees in him. Steven Seesegnon is injured although after a bright start had a couple of very iffy performances. Dennis is much better….we Have Michael Hector in the squad as of the 1st of Jan and has a great reputation…

  • I just totally agree with the comments about Josh Onamah, he is worse than useless when he is on the pitch it like playing with a man short. For his sake and the clubs he should be sent out on loan in January. I would prefer to see the forgotten man Cissevin the squad. Ideally I concur that O’Reilly or De La Torre should be filling this position. Again I agree La Marchant should go and we need another full back in the January window. For me lack of pace in the defence is a major issue.

  • As a long standing supporter of 60 years, I’ve seen all the kinds of players at the club, good, average and indifferent and I think our squad at the moment is pretty good actually. My biggest concern is, the defence and the way we are always trying to play out from it. Yes, its it’s good to be able to do that, but sometimes i feel that we just need to use route 1 football to relieve pressure on our goal area and if this means loaning out a few fringe players in order to strengthen our defence then so be it. Think we’ve got a real gem though in Rodak in goal, loaning him obviously worked a treat, so perhaps it might work for 1 or 2 others.

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