Fulham v Manchester United Odds : Red Devils to continue run with victory over Cottagers

The latest Fulham v Man Utd odds suggest Manchester United will continue their recent run of form when they travel to London to face Fulham on Saturday, with the Red Devils heavy favourites at 8/13 to take all three points (KO 15:00GMT).

After a shaky start to the season David Moyes and his men are beginning to find their form and are currently unbeaten in 6 games in all competitions.



Latest Odds : Fulham 11/2, draw 16/5, Man Utd 8/13
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Premier League wins over Sunderland and Stoke have moved United up to 14 points, 8th in the table, eight points off leaders Arsenal and the Red Devils will be full of confidence after their comfortable 4-0 win over Norwich in the Capital One cup.

That game saw Javier Hernandez add a brace to the goal he scored against Stoke and with the Mexican, along with Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney, on fire in front of goal at the moment, Moyes has a big decision to make up front.

United have a strong recent record against Fulham winning all five of their previous clashes with the Cottagers and Moyes will be hoping to continue that record on Saturday.

The Scot heads to London an almost fully fit squad to choose from with Danny Welbeck the only major concern.

Fulham meanwhile currently sit 14th in the table, four points off United and like their weekend visitors they have been Jekyll and Hyde so far this season.

Martin Jol’s side looked to have turned a corner with wins over Stoke and Crystal Palace but it was back to the drawing boards last weekend after a 2-0 loss away to in-form Southampton.

A much changed Fulham side followed up that defeat at St Marys with a 4-3 loss to Leicester in the league cup and despite his side crashing out of the competition the former Spurs manager was happy with the performance of his fringe stars claiming that one or two could feature this weekend.

“Of course we’ve got other players who will come in again who were rested or injured. We had four or five who were injured and we couldn’t play them so we had to change the team” Jol said.

“A few boys showed they can play and they can play on Saturday. I thought the spirit was good but we gave cheap goals away.”

Jol could be boosted by the return of defender Brede Hangeland. The giant defender has missed the last two games with a nerve problem but could feature against the reigning champions.

Definitely out however is Matthew Briggs while forward Hugo Rodallega (groin) is a doubt.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.