Fulham 2022/23 odds: Top Six, Top Half, Outright odds and more

Fulham 2022/23 odds: Top Six, Top Half, Outright odds and more

Fulham have continued to shine in their Premier League return despite some early doubts over the summer. Read on for more Fulham odds.

Fulham UEL Qualification odds

When compared to Nottingham Forest’s early spending spree, there may have been some worries about Fulham’s lack of business in the summer transfer window. While they had won the Championship title, Cottagers fans didn’t want their team to rest on their laurels and spend another season being the yo-yo club.

But Fulham weren’t falling for their old mistakes. Everyone remembers the 2018/19 summer transfer window when Fulham splurged over £100m on new recruits only to be relegated that season. This time they were more methodical with their spending, only breaking into eight-figure sums on three occasions despite signing 12 new players.

And it’s working. With 20 matches played in the Premier League, Fulham are currently sixth in the table, the highest-placed team in West London. That’s right, higher than both Brentford and Chelsea — recently beating the latter for the first time in almost 17 years.

Only the five teams above Fulham in the league this season currently have more wins than their nine, though they are slightly let down by their seven defeats. Granted, six of those came against Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle (twice), but the manner of some of the defeats still leave question marks over Fulham’s head.

As a result, Paddy Power are offering odds of 19/1 for Fulham to finish in the Premier League’s top six.

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Fulham Top Four odds

Looking further at Fulham’s position in the table, the Cottagers are seven points outside the top four, so it isn’t inconceivable that they could be up there near the end of the season.

Prior to Newcastle’s 1-0 win over Fulham at the weekend, Marco Silva’s side were on a four-game winning streak which saw them beat Crystal Palace, Southampton and Leicester as well as Chelsea, in a perfect return from the World Cup break.

But there are still a fair few factors working against Fulham. First of all, they have a few difficult patches across the season. Next up in the Premier League is Tottenham, followed by a short trip to Stamford Bridge where Chelsea will be looking for revenge. In March, Arsenal and Liverpool are opponents one after the other; and their final run in includes games against Man City and Man Utd.

There is also the fact that Fulham have played 20 games, more than any other side in the Premier League this season, having fulfilled their postponed match. So fourth-placed Man Utd have two games in hand over Fulham, as do Brighton in seventh — and the Seagulls are just one point behind the Cottagers.

So it’s perhaps understandable to see Paddy Power offering odds of 150/1 for Fulham to finish in the Premier League’s top four this season.

Aleksandar Mitrovic Golden Boot odds

There is also the case of Aleksandar Mitrovic and his quest for the Golden Boot. When Fulham were promoted last season, Mitrovic broke all kinds of records in the Championship, but he still had his doubters. And they were reasonable doubts too, as we’ve seen Mitrovic fire in the Championship only to struggle in the Premier League before.

But this season, Mitrovic is one of just five players to reach double figures for goals in the Premier League, with only Ivan Toney (13), Harry Kane (15) and Erling Haaland (21) scoring more than his 11. He’s already equaled his best ever Premier League tally, netting 11 in 37 games in for Fulham in 2018/19.

The Serbian will definitely beat that record, but Betway are offering odds of 100/1 for Mitrovic to win the Premier League’s Golden Boot this season.

However, he may not beat it with a penalty. Mitrovic failed from the spot in Fulham’s 1-0 defeat to Newcastle at the weekend, slipping and touching the ball twice which diverted it past Nick Pope. Although the ball went into the back of the net, the double touch was illegal and Newcastle given a free kick.

Mitrovic has now missed three penalties this season, and Silva has admitted discussions will have to be made about Fulham’s spot-kick taker.

“We have time to talk and decide what we have to decide,” Silva said after the defeat to Newcastle.

“What we are going to decide will be for me to decide. If Mitro keeps going, he will keep going. If not, it will be another and we have enough good takers in our squad.”

Other Fulham odds

Fulham also still have their eyes on the FA Cup this season, safely through to the fourth round after beating Hull City 2-0. They face Championship side Sunderland in the next round and know that one of Arsenal or Man City will be going out, while the likes of Chelsea and Newcastle have already exited.


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