Fulham v Ipswich - Match stats

last updated Saturday 20th October 2001, 12:00 PM

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Position in League: 16th

Manager: George Burley (Dec 1994)

Stadium: Portman Rd

Nicknames:The Tractor Boys
  • 1 win in first 8 League games
  • Only 1 win in last 9 Premiership encounters
  • Have scored just one League goal away from Portman Road this season.
  • Ipswich are the Premiership's weakest finishers. Five of the League goals they've conceded have been surrendered in the last five minutes.
  • 2 clean sheets this season - 1 in Prem
  • Failed to score 5 times this season - 4 in the Prem
  • Only 1 clean sheet in 11 Premiership confrontations
  • One goalless draw in 57 League encounters
  • Picked up just 6 points from a possible 24 this season
  • Won 5 of their last 14 Premiership matches
  • Ipswich have two remaining ever presents in Matteo Sereni and Marcus Stewart. Both have started all 12 of Town's League and Cup games.

    Top League Scorer:
  • Stewart/George - 2 Also: Naylor/Armstrong - 1


  • Drawn the last 2 games 0-0 [1 Prem, 1 Uefa]
  • 6 games since a win in the Premiership [3 draws, 3 defeats]
This Season's Results
Everton (H) D 0-0
Crewe(LC) (A) W 3-2
Leeds (H) L 2-1
TorpedoMoscow (A) W 2-1
ManUtd (A) L 4-0
TorpedoMoscow (H) D 1-1
Blackburn (H) D 1-1
Leicester (A) D 1-1
Charlton (H) L 1-0
Derby (H) W 3-1
Sunderland (A) L 1-0
  • Southampton v Ipswich at St Mary's
  • FA Carling Premiership Wednesday, 24 October, 2001

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Position in League: 15th

Manager: Jean Tigana July 2000

Stadium: Craven Cottage.

Nickname: The Cottagers

  • 1 win in last 5 League and Cup games
  • Only 1 win in 8 League games this season
  • 3 wins from this season's 10 matches so far
  • 2 draws in last 3 Premiership duels
  • Lost 3 games this season - all Prem
  • 1 clean sheet in last 7 in all competitions
  • 3 clean sheets this season - all Prem
  • Failed to score 3 times this season - all Prem
  • Fulham and Ipswich have won just one Premiership match so far.
  • Fulham's current sequence of 6 winless League games is their worst run for six seasons.
  • Fulham have four remaining ever presents in Sean Davis, Steve Finnan, Steed Malbranque and Andy Melville. Only Davis and Finnan have started all ten of the Londoners' League and Cup games.

  • Gone 6 league games without a win [4 draws, 2 losses]. The worst sequence in 6 seasons.
  • Gone 3 League and Cup games since keeping a clean sheet.

    Top League Scorers:
  • Saha - 3
  • Also: Hayles - 2, Boa Morte/Malbranque - 1
This Season's Results
Aston Villa (A) L 2-0
Derby (LC) (H) W 5-2
Chelsea (H) D 1-1
Leicester (A) D 0-0
Arsenal (H) L 1-3
Rochdale (LC) (A) D 2-2
Won on Pens
Charlton (A) D 1-1
Derby (H) D 0-0
Sunderland (H) W 2-0
Man Utd (A) L 3-2
    Next match:-
  • Fulham v Southampton at Craven Cottage
  • FA Carling Premiership Saturday, 27 October, 2001

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Matchday Referee: Mike Riley

FIFA official Mike Riley caused a lot of grief to Bolton last weekend when he dismissed Jussi Jaaskelainen and the Trotters did not have a spare goalkeeper on the bench. Both Fulham and Ipswich will certainly have a competent reserve ready to take their place between the sticks on Saturday.

Barry Hayles has at first sight the unexpected title of top Fulham fouler with 21 fouls given against him. Fortunately that has not yet translated into cards as he only has one from the League Cup game against Rochdale. Sean Davis however is starting to clock up the yellows getting one in each of our last 4 games perhaps it is a sign that he is starting to get the bit between the teeth but he will need to careful or he will be the first Fulham player to get a ban in the Premiership.

Ipswich have got the same number of yellows as Fulham for slightly more fouls at 141 fouls, 10 yellows and 1 red. They have three players with more than one caution, Titus Bramble (2), Chris Makin (2) and Martijn Reuser (2).

Ref's score sheet
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
Ave Disc points

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