This weekend’s Premier League action gets underway on Saturday lunchtime with Fulham hosting Man United.
Are Fulham going down?
Fulham are second bottom of the league on 17 points. They are seven points from safety.
As for Man United, they are still to lose a game under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Solskjaer has nine wins and a draw since being appointed as Man United’s interim manager.
As confirmed on Man United’s official website on Thursday, the Red Devils have received a double injury boost this week. Solskjaer’s defensive options may soon be swelled as Chris Smalling and Marcos Rojo are on the comeback from injuries:
Smalling has missed Man United’s last ten matches, however he could return to action at Craven Cottage:
One player who could be in contention to return in the clash at Craven Cottage, and therefore feature against his former club, is Chris Smalling.
Our no.12 sustained a sore foot that afternoon at Old Trafford which forced him off, but Ole said before the recent game against Burnley that Smalling had been training for a week and was looking good.
Rojo has also barely been seen in action this season at Old Trafford. However the South American is also on the road to recovery:
Marcos Rojo is back in training after travelling to Argentina to aid his recovery from his latest injury setback.