Wigan-Fulham is a game which was also played in the Premier League not long in the past – in 2013, to be more exact. If we look at the head-to-head statistics, we see that Wigan hasn’t won against Fulham for quite some time, developing something close to a curse. Will they be able to break it during the weekend, on their own ground?
Wigan vs Fulham
Sadly for them, we will begin to list lots of reasons why they won’t. Wigan currently sits on 4 points, 3 from the win against Blackburn (weakest team in the league so far) and the other one from a draw.
They haven’t won a single game in the previous 6 and suffered 4 straight defeats, 2 out of which at home – and not against great teams. Morale is low, as well as confidence, and to make matters worse, tradition is not on their side as well.
On the other hand, Fulham only lost 1 game so far and sit rather comfortably in 6th place, with an 8-6 goal difference. Although not very impressive, they surely want to profit of Wigan’s horrible form and win at least one point from this away game, if not all three.
A win would consolidate their playoff position and boost their morale for the next few games. Almost no injuries mean they will attack this game with their best eleven – just to add to the list of reasons why we think they will walk away victorious.
Wigan vs Fulham Betting Tips
If you’re not feeling particularly bold, don’t bet on an outright victory for Fulham. Instead, an X2 is a great idea and has a huge odd – around 1,50. Also, we don’t suspect to see more than 3 goals in the game, with the most probable scores being 0-1, 1-1 and 1-2. Don’t look for more ideas than this : X2 is one of the smartest bets of the weekend.
Draw No Bet – Fulham: 1.90 or 10/11
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