Predicted Fulham XI to face Manchester United in the Premier League
The Cottagers are currently bottom of the table in the relegation zone and they will be desperate to get something out of the game when they make the trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Saturday.
Fulham have made a good start to life under Claudio Ranieri with a win and a draw in recent weeks and they should take heart from the fact that United have drawn their last three games in the Premier League against Southampton, Crystal Palace and Arsenal.
Fulham will be without the services of Floyd Ayite who is ruled out with a groin strain while Kevin McDonald is struggling with a hamstring injury and is unlikely to feature on Saturday.
Manager: Claudio Ranieri
1. Sergio Rico (GK)
The Spaniard made some good saves in the last game and has established himself as a reliable presence between the sticks.
2. Maxime Le Marchand (LB)
The Frenchman has done a decent job as a left-back in recent weeks and he should continue in that position.
3. Denis Odoi (CB)
The Belgian put in a solid shift at the back against Leicester and looked comfortable with the ball at his feet.
4. Alfie Mawson (CB)
He was strong in the air and looked comfortable with the ball at his feet against Leicester and Ranieri should continue to rely on him.
5. Cyrus Christie (RB)
The Irishman has added defensive awareness to his good attacking play and he seems to be growing in confidence with each passing game.
6. Jean Michael Seri (CDM)
The Ivorian returned to form with a commanding display against the Foxes in the last game and Fulham will need him to fire at Old Trafford.
7. Calum Chambers (CDM)
The former Arsenal man showed good game reading ability in the last game and has been in good form in recent weeks.
8. Aboubakar Kamara (RW)
He will be in high spirits after netting his first goal in the Premier League in the last game.
9. Tom Cairney (CAM)
He came off the bench against Leicester and looked threatening. He is one of the in-form players for Fulham and Ranieri should hand him a start on Saturday against United.
10. Andre Schurrle (LW)
He did not feature against Leicester which is a sign that he might get a start against United.
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11. Aleksandar Mitrovic (ST)
The Serb will need to fire on all cylinders if Fulham are to have any chances of upsetting the odds at Old Trafford.