Fulham v Manchester United
After winning consecutive league games against Man Utd in 2009, Fulham are winless in their last 11 against the Red Devils (D2 L9), shipping 29 goals in that run.
Man Utd have won their last four away Premier League games against Fulham, by an aggregate score of 12-1. The Red Devils had won just four of their first 10 visits to the Cottagers in the competition (D4 L2).
Manchester United are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League games against promoted sides (W6 D2), scoring 25 goals in those games since a 0-2 loss to Cardiff in May 2019.
Of all sides to have played more than two Premier League games on Wednesdays, Manchester United have the highest win rate (62% – 70/113).
Since their 2-1 win against Leicester in November, Fulham have scored three goals in seven Premier League matches (D5 L2), failing to score on four occasions in that run.
Fulham have failed to score in each of their last three home league games. They last went four without a goal at home in August 1969, while they last did so in the top-flight back in December 1961.
Manchester United are looking to record three consecutive Premier League clean sheets for the first time since February 2020.
Manchester United are the only side without an away defeat in the Premier League so far this season (W7 D2), while the Red Devils have picked up the most points (23) and scored the most goals (22) on the road in the competition this term.
Manchester United are unbeaten in their last 16 Premier League away games. In their top-flight history, they’ve only once gone longer without defeat on the road – 17 games between December 1998-September 1999.
Man Utd striker Marcus Rashford has scored in his last two Premier League appearances in London, scoring as many goals in those two games as in his first 19 games in the capital (2). The last Red Devils player to score in three consecutive league games in London was Wayne Rooney in November 2014.