Fulham presents a challenge for any opponent and is likely to make life difficult for Spurs, particularly if the hosts struggle to find their rhythm in the first half. Nevertheless, Tottenham's resilience leads us to predict a victory for them in this encounter.
The Premier League returns this weekend after the most recent international break. Although the season is still in its early stages, as we enter the autumn months, it will be intriguing to see which teams gain momentum and which ones encounter difficulties. Today, we will focus on the upcoming clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham.
Tottenham Hotspur fans are relishing their time under the leadership of Big Ange, and their optimism is well-founded. Despite the setback of losing Harry Kane, their style of play has steadily improved in each outing. The pressing question is whether they can maintain this level, especially given the fierce competition among top clubs in the league.
After being eliminated by Fulham in the League Cup, Spurs responded with victories against Burnley and Sheffield United. Subsequently, they played to a 2-2 draw with arch-rivals Arsenal before securing notable wins over Liverpool and Luton in quick succession.
Fulham Football Club is determined to shed its yo-yo team image and has shown promise after retaining their Premier League status last season. The dreaded "second-season syndrome" is always a concern, but early indications suggest that Fulham may avoid being embroiled in a relegation battle.
Fulham's 5-1 loss to Manchester City served as a turning point, leading to a three-game unbeaten streak with victories over Luton, a draw with Crystal Palace, and a win against Norwich in the cup. They did stumble with a 2-0 loss to local rivals Chelsea but quickly rebounded with a convincing 3-1 victory over Sheffield United.