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Fulham v Everton - Match stats

last updated Friday 02nd May 2003, 8:40 AM



MATCH STATS


Premiership 37 - Fulham v Everton

15.00 - Saturday 03/05/2003


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Everton (Toffees)

Stadium: Goodison Park

Played 36 - 6th in Prem on 59 pts
Manager: David Moyes
(Mar '02
)

Games: 49 - W 45%, D 20%, L 35%
  • The Toffees, who have hit the woodwork on more occasions than any other club in the Premiership (11), have kept just one clean sheet in ten Premiership outings, but have failed to find the net in just one of 15 matches.
  • Three of their last six have been lost, but three of their last five won.
  • Providing Liverpool finish no lower than fifth, the sixth placed club will gain entry into Europe's second club competition. Everton currently hold that berth, three points ahead of Blackburn, who have a superior goal difference. A win here and a point from the final game at home to Manchester United on 11 May would be enough to secure qualification, irrespective of what Blackburn do in their last two games, at home to West Brom this Saturday and at Tottenham on 11 May.
  • 4 wins in last 10 League and Cup games
  • Won 3 of last 5 Premiership matches
  • Drawn 2 of last 15 in all competitions
  • 2 draws in last 8 top flight encounters
  • Lost 4 of last 10 confrontations
  • 3 defeats in last 6 top division duels
  • Failed to score in 1 of last 16 contests
  • Failed to find the net in 1 of last 15 League clashes
  • 2 clean sheets in last 16
  • Managed 1 clean sheet in last 10 top tier League outings
  • SCORED IN EACH OF LAST 6 - all Prem
  • GONE 6 SINCE A CLEAN SHEET - all Prem

    2002/2003 PERFORMANCE
    P W D L GF GA
    All competitions 40 19 8 13 55 54
    All competitions - away 22 8 3 11 28 37
    Premiership 36 17 8 11 47 45
    Premiership - away 18 6 3 9 20 28


    Best Scenario at final whistle - Cannot climb from 6th
  • If Everton win.

    Worst Scenario at final whistle - Down 1 to 7th.
  • If Everton lose, and,
  • Blackburn win at home to West Brom.
    CAREER MILESTONES
  • If he plays, Allesandro PISTONE will be making his 50th appearance for Everton.
  • If named in the eleven, Niclas ALEXANDERSSON will be making his 50th League start for the Toffees.
    TOP SCORERS
  • Campbell - 11, Radzinski - 11, Rooney - 8, Unsworth/Watson - 6

  • Last Seasons Top Scorers:
    Campbell - 7, Radzinski - 7, Watson/Weir - 4, Unsworth - 3.
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Fulham FC - (The Cottagers)

Stadium: The Cottage on Loftus Road

Played 36 - 15th in Prem on 42 points

Manager
: Chris Coleman (Apr 2003)

Games 3 W33%, D33%, L33%
  • Managerless Fulham, £33.6m in the red and uncertain of their long term future following the breakdown in talks over a proposed move to Stamford Bridge, could find themselves one point and one place above the Premiership trap door after the weekend if they lose here and the three clubs below them, Leeds, Bolton and West Ham win their matches. Just a local derby at Charlton on 11 May remains after this.
  • The 2-1 victory over Newcastle in Chris Coleman's first game in temporary charge was Fulham's only win in seven matches, four of which were lost without scoring.
  • Indeed the Cottagers have failed to keep a clean sheet in nine League matches and find themselves third bottom in the Premiership's Current Form Table, above only West Brom and Sunderland
  • Victory for Fulham will take their all-time points tally over the 4,000 mark. Since being elected to the League in 1907, the Cottagers have accrued 3,998 points.
  • 2 wins in last 10 League and Cup games
  • Won 1 of last 7 Premiership matches
  • Drawn 4 of last 12 in all competitions
  • 1 draw in last 6 top flight encounters
  • Lost 5 of last 9 confrontations
  • 4 defeats in last 6 top division duels
  • Failed to score in 5 of last 9 contests
  • Failed to find the net in 4 of last 6 League clashes
  • 2 clean sheets in last 15
  • Managed 1 clean sheet in last 9 top tier League outings
  • GONE 7 SINCE KEEPING A CLEAN SHEET - all Prem

2002/2003 PERFORMANCE
P W D L GF GA
All competitions 56 21 16 19 69 68
All competitions - home 29 17 7 5 43 25
Premiership 36 11 9 16 38 50
Premiership - home 18 10 3 5 24 18


    Best Scenario at the end of day - Up 1 to 14th
  • If Fulham win, and,
  • Aston Villa at home to Sunderland do no better than draw.
    Worst Scenario at the end of day - Down 1 to 16th
  • If Fulham lose, and,
  • Bolton win away at Southampton.
    CAREER MILESTONES
  • Louis SAHA is a hat trick away from 50 goals for Fulham.
  • If on the field at kick off, Lee CLARK will be making his 100th League start for Fulham.
  • If selected in the eleven, Steve MARLET will be making his 50th League start for the Cottagers.
  • If involved from the opening whistle, Andy MELVILLE will be making his 650th career League start.
    TOP SCORERS
  • Malbranque - 13(6 Lge, 4 FAC, 3 Euro), Marlet - 9(4 Lge 5 Euro), Sava 6(5 lge, 1 fac), Sylvain Legwinski 6(4 lge, 2 Euro), Saha - 6(4 Lge 1 FAC, 1 Euro), Junichi Inamoto 6(2 lge, 4 Euro),
  • Also: Boa Morte - 5(2 Lge 1 Lc, 2 Euro), Davis - 4(3 Lge 1 Euro), Clark/Hayles 3, Stolcers - 2

  • Last Seasons Top Scorers:
    Hayles - 12, Malbranque - 10, Marlet/Saha - 9
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Head to Head

  • Loftus Road hosts two inconsistent sides, both in need of victory for different reasons at either end of the table.
  • A win for Fulham would guarantee Premiership football next season, while three points for Everton would keep them on course for a place in next season's Uefa Cup and please manager David Moyes who's sending out a side for the 50th time in League and Cup competition.
  • Everton are seeking a third Premiership win in a row over Fulham after 2-1 and 2-0 victories in their most recent meetings, both at Goodison.
  • All three Premiership games between these clubs were home wins.
  • The Merseysiders' last victory at Fulham was 0-1 in the old First Division on 20 August, 1966.
  • Everton are in line to complete a first ever 'double' over the Londoners since they first engaged in League competition in 1949. While Everton are vying to match their Premiership best sixth place finish in 1995/96, Fulham currently sit two places lower than their Premiership debut 13th placing last season.
  • These clubs have the worst disciplinary records in the Premiership. Fulham's players have been shown six red cards and 52 yellow. Everton's figures are worst having had seven players sent off and 47 yellow cards brandished in their direction. David Weir of Everton and Fulham's Luis Boa Morte were sent off in this corresponding fixture last season.
  • An away win will mean Fulham have been 'doubled' for the fourth time this season, following home and away losses to Man City, Arsenal and Blackburn. It would also be Everton's fifth 'double' of the campaign having already claimed six points each off Blackburn, Sunderland, Leeds and West Brom.

HEAD TO HEAD TOTALS
All Fulham Draws Everton
Total meetings 34 10 10 14
Premiership 3 1 0 2
League+ 29 7 8 14
 
EVERTON AT FULHAM
All Fulham Draws Everton
Premiership 1 0 0 1
League 14 3 4 7
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