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  • History has Hammers hopeful and Fulham fretting ahead of drop-zone derby

    By Brian Sears 29 November 2013 West Ham’s indifferent start to the season sees them poised just above the relegation zone but they face their ‘favourite’ Premier League opponents, Fulham, this weekend. As the graphic below shows, West Ham have met Fulham 18 times in the Premier League era and won more points per game […]

  • Villains and Saints promote youth as Hammers and Fulham help the aged

    By Brian Sears 13 September 2013 If you win nothing with kids then Aston Villa and Southampton will win nothing – but their fans might appreciate they are trying to succeed with promising young players. There’s a huge contrast in the age of Premier League starting line-ups so far this season, from nippers Aston Villa (average […]

  • London’s top dogs Arsenal head for barometer at easy-pickings Fulham

    By Brian Sears 23 August 2013 Fulham have lost 68 home games in their 12 seasons in the Premier League and one club stands clear in inflicting the most defeats on them on their own turf: Arsenal. In 12 visits to Craven Cottage in the Premier League, Arsenal have won eight times. They are Fulham’s […]

  • Fulham eye unprecedented high, Arsenal fear new low

    By Brian Sears 9 November 2012 Fulham’s away record in London derbies in the Premier League era is woefully bad: they have won just four out of 50, and not one of those at Arsenal, where they play this weekend. Their wins on the road within the capital are so infrequent we can quickly list […]

  • United, Fulham, Everton and City on top as goals flow at record pace

    By Brian Sears 4 October 2012 The Premier League season has started with goals flowing at record pace, with 168 in 58 games for an average of 2.89 per game. Manchester United (with 14 goals in six games) have led the way followed by Fulham (13), Everton (12) and Manchester City (12), with Chelsea, Tottenham, […]

  • Fulham, Stoke and Reading most reliant on results at home

    By Brian Sears 14 September 2012 The 20 clubs in the Premier League have won 14,570 points between them in their stints in the Premier League in the past 20 years. Of those, 8,809 points have been won at home, or 60.5 per cent – but some clubs are much more reliant than others on […]

  • West Ham welcome ‘favourite’ opponents Fulham (but prefer them away)

    By Brian Sears 31 August 2012 West Ham, bolstered by their £1m loan man Andy Carroll, will welcome Fulham to Upton Park this weekend in the knowledge that they’ve won more Premier League points per game against Fulham than against any other current PL club. In their eight seasons (and 16 games) playing each other […]

  • The statistician’s idea of perfection: Everton at home to Fulham

    By Brian Sears 26 April 2012 Everton meeting Fulham in the Premier League is a statistician’s delight.  It happens for the 22nd time this Saturday and although it’s a mid-table battle (Fulham trail Everton by just two points) and of little consequence at the top or bottom of the league, it has intriguing statistical interest. Ten […]

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