On August 12, Everton FC will host Fulham FC at Goodison Park, kicking off a decisive match between two teams with a relatively even record. In the past six matches, Everton FC has recorded two wins, two draws, and two losses. Fulham FC is not far behind, with two wins, one draw, and three losses in their past six games. With both teams nearly neck-and-neck in recent matches, this game is sure to be tightly contested. Who will come out on top? Stay tuned to find out!
On Monday 15th April, Fulham FC secured a 3-1 victory over Everton FC at Goodison Park in their last meeting. Harrison Reed opened the scoring for Fulham FC in the 22nd minute, with an assist provided by Daniel James. Dwight McNeil equalized for Everton FC on the 35th minute, with a well-placed assist from James Garner. In the second half, Harry Wilson restored the lead for Fulham, assisted by Willian in the 51st minute, and with Daniel James extending their lead in 68th minute. Both teams had a player booked for foul play, with Idrissa Gana Guèye from Everton receiving a yellow card on the 27 minute, and Demarai Gray from Everton receiving one in the 70th. Tosin Adarabioyo from Fulham was given a yellow card for time wasting in the 81st minute. Lastly, Vitalii Mykolenko from Everton was also booked for a foul in the 80th minute. With Fulham’s impressive 3-1 victory in their last meeting, all eyes are on whether Everton FC can restore their team’s pride at home or if Fulham will continue their winning streak against their rivals.