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Fulham vs Swansea City. Sky Bet Championship.

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Fulham 1

  • A Mitrovic (94th minute)

Swansea City 0

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    Ivan Cavaleiro of Fulham reacts during the Sky Bet Championship match between Fulham and Bristol City at Craven Cottage on December 07, 2019 in London, England
    Image: Ivan Cavaleiro could return to the Fulham starting line-up after Bobby Reid started ahead of him in the 1-1 draw with Derby

    Fulham face Swansea in the Sky Bet Championship on Wednesday, live on Sky Sports Football Red Button and the Sky Sports app.

    Team news

    Fulham boss Scott Parker has no new injury concerns but could make changes to his side as they host Swansea. Josh Onomah was dropped for Friday's 1-1 draw against Derby having come in for criticism following his display in the defeat to Barnsley. Stefan Johansen replaced him and could keep his place.

    Aboubakar Kamara impressed as a substitute against the Rams and is pushing for a start, while Bobby Reid was preferred to Ivan Cavaleiro and it remains to be seen who gets the nod to play alongside Aleksandar Mitrovic. Alfie Mawson (unspecified), Maxime Le Marchand (back) and Harrison Reed (calf) are all expected to miss out for the Cottagers once again.

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    Nathan Dyer faces a late fitness test as he looks to return to the Swansea starting line-up following his recent injury. But boss Steve Cooper is still without Wayne Routledge, who has suffered a knee injury which is likely to keep him out for another week.

    Mike Van Der Hoorn is making steady progress on the knee injury that has kept him out since the start of January. But Cooper has Aldo Kalulu available despite the Frenchman being forced off midway through the weekend win over Huddersfield.

    Recent form

    Though they are right in the promotion mix, Fulham are without a win since February 8 having drawn two and lost one of their previous three games. The most recent game saw them held to a 1-1 draw in Wayne Rooney's 500th English league game.

    Swansea got their promotion push back on track with a 3-1 victory over Swansea at the weekend, having previously failed to win any of their previous five league fixtures.

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    Fulham are looking to complete a league double over Swansea for the first time since the 1996-97 season.

    Swansea have won their last three away league matches against Fulham, though these wins all came in the Premier League between March 2012 and November 2013.

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    Fulham are currently winless in three league games since beating Blackburn earlier this month (D2 L1), last enduring a longer wait for a win back in September (run of four).

    Only Bristol City (5) have won more away Championship games in London since the beginning of last season than Swansea City (4), though they lost their last such match at Brentford in December.

    Aleksandar Mitrovic - the Championship's top goalscorer this season with 22 goals - has netted each of Fulham's last four league goals with Joe Bryan assisting three of those. In fact, Byran has assisted Mitrovic six times this season, more than any player has assisted another in the competition in 2019-20.

    Prutton's prediction

    Since the turn of the year, Fulham have only scored more than one goal once in nine games. It's quite a puzzling figure for a side with their attacking talent, but Scott Parker has found a way to grind out results when they need them most and they are right in contention for promotion.

    Twelve goals have been scored in Swansea's last two games, but they are struggling for form at the moment and have only won one of their last six, so you can appreciate how hard this one is to predict!

    David Prutton predicts: 1-0 (7/1 with Sky Bet)

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