Fulham welcome fellow Premier League side Burnley to Craven Cottage in what is surely the biggest FA Cup game between two top flight sides taking place today, right?
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I think we could save everyone a lot of time if, instead of waiting 120 inevitably goalless minutes, we just let these two have at it in a penalty shootout to decide which one gets the privilege of facing either Crawley or Bournemouth in the fifth round.
It’ll be relatively uncharted territory for whichever side does qualify, as either side has only made it beyond this point once in the last nine seasons. That side was Burnley who, after making it to the 5th round in 2017, were unceremoniously dumped out of the competition by (then) National League side Lincoln City.
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You’ve got to think both of these sides will have one eye on next week’s Premier League fixtures, with Fulham (18th) travelling to Brighton (17th) and Burnley (16th) hosting Aston Villa (11th) on Wednesday evening.
The Cottagers trail next week’s opponents by 5 points, and are bound to have that relegation six-pointer playing on their mind while preparing for this FA Cup game. On the other side of the ball, how much hangover is there likely to be from Burnley’s heroics at Anfield on Thursday night?
Ashley Barnes’ 83rd minute penalty was enough to end Liverpool’s four year home unbeaten run, but it was a result they ran themselves into the ground for and has me questioning how ready they’ll be less than 72 hours later – especially given how relatively small Sean Dyche’s squad is.
I’m taking Under 2.0, 2.5 Asian Goal Line in this one at 19/20 with bet365 (if there are 0 or 1 goal we win, if there are 2 half our stake wins and half is returned) and I’ll explain why.
Even without the contributing external factors, these two have been two of the best for low scoring games in the Premier League recently.
Fulham have seen two goals or less in 8 of their last 9 games in all competitions, whilst Burnley have seen less than two goals in seven of their last eight away games in all competitions. Ignoring their 5-0 defeat at Manchester City, there have been four goals in Burnley’s last seven away games. That is ridiculous.